Crunch & Sip
Key Program Elements
Once a school registers interest in implementing Crunch&Sip®, they receive information and resources including materials for children to take home to their families. Schools are then supported by Local Health District health promotion staff to become certified Crunch&Sip® schools.
A school achieves full implementation after achieving the following conditions:
- Crunch&Sip® is formalised in a policy – either as a stand-alone policy or as part of another policy
(such as a nutrition or student welfare policy)
- At least 70% of classes in the school are implementing a Crunch&Sip® break at least 4 days per week
- Parents have been notified of Crunch&Sip®