Peatmoor Celebrate World Cool Milk Day
Peatmoor Primary School welcomed South Swindon MP Robert Buckland to promote the benefits of milk as part of World School Milk Day.
Every pupil in the school received a carton of Cool Milk and took part in an assembly about healthy lifestyles. Headteacher Andrew Henstridge said: "We talked about milk as part of a balanced diet and a healthy alternative to sweet drinks that many children consume nowadays."
Robert added: "Milk is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals for childhood growth, excluding who have a dairy intolerance."
World School Milk Day was launched in year 2000 and is organised by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation
Children in Need
A group of our older children had a great night on Friday. They represented us all at the Children In Need event at the Steam Museum. They formed part of the countrywide choir singing ‘Bridge over troubled Waters.’ They were all a credit to the school and had a fabulous time. If you would like to see the full performance please follow this link or copy it into your internet browser: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0119z3b