Nude Food Monday

Our students have a Nude Food Day every Monday during term (and most try to have a Nude Food Lunch Box everyday). Nude Food Days encourage our students and school community to reduce the amount of waste we produce. Nude Food is simply food that is not wrapped in foil, plastic or packaging. On Nude Food Days we ask that all student lunch boxes contain no throwaway packaging and produce no food waste.

In 2015, we entered a movie about our Nude Food Days in the national Nude Food day competition and came third !! A big thanks to all our lunch makers out there. You’ve done a great job helping us to reduce the waste going to landfill at school and providing yummy lunches in the process.

Nude Food Monday

Our students have a Nude Food Day every Monday during term (and most try to have a Nude Food Lunch Box everyday). Nude Food Days encourage our students and school community to reduce the amount of waste we produce. Nude Food is simply food that is not wrapped in foil, plastic or packaging. On Nude Food Days we ask that all student lunch boxes contain no throwaway packaging and produce no food waste.

In 2015, we entered a movie about our Nude Food Days in the national Nude Food day competition and came third !! A big thanks to all our lunch makers out there. You’ve done a great job helping us to reduce the waste going to landfill at school and providing yummy lunches in the process.

Waste Free Wednesday

Waste-free lunches benefit the environment by reducing packaging waste, which in turn reduces energy and resource use. Participating in a waste-free lunch activity also promotes sustainability awareness among students, parents and school staff.

Waste-free lunches tend to result in reduced litter and they encourage healthy eating.

The purpose of the Waste-Free Lunch is to:

  • 􏰀  Help students and their parents understand the benefits of a waste-free lunch and to be more aware of over-packaging in food
  • 􏰀  Encourage students and their parents to meet the challenge of a waste-free lunch day or week
  • 􏰀  Minimise waste from lunches at your school

Waste Free Wednesday

Waste-free lunches benefit the environment by reducing packaging waste, which in turn reduces energy and resource use. Participating in a waste-free lunch activity also promotes sustainability awareness among students, parents and school staff.

Waste-free lunches tend to result in reduced litter and they encourage healthy eating. 

The purpose of the Waste-Free Lunch is to:

  • 􏰀  Help students and their parents understand the benefits of a waste-free lunch and to be more aware of over-packaging in food
  • 􏰀  Encourage students and their parents to meet the challenge of a waste-free lunch day or week
  • 􏰀  Minimise waste from lunches at your school

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Jarrahdale Primary School

20 Wanliss Street, Jarrahdale

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au

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(08) 9526 7100

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Jarrahdale Primary School

20 Wanliss Street, Jarrahdale

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au

Jarrahdale Environmental Centre Accomodation

Book Online

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au