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For school wellbeing leeds

For : School Wellbeing Leeds

The Food Dudes

Presented by: Professor Fergus Lowe


About us behaviour change for children s health and well being
About Us : Behaviour Change for Children’s Health and Well-Being

Focus: Healthy eating & Physical Activity

700,000+ children participating

Award winning social enterprise


Whole school behaviour change
Whole School Behaviour Change Well-Being

Home

Classroom

Curriculum

Dining Hall


Current future vision

Restaurants / Fast Food Outlets Well-Being

Early Years

Primary Schools

S E N

Home Programme

Retail Outlets

Current & Future Vision

Whole Environment Sustainable Behaviour Change

Dynamic Dudes


How is childhood obesity prevented
How is childhood obesity prevented? Well-Being

Change Children’s Eating Habits and Physical Activity


Requirements for interventions
Requirements Well-Beingfor Interventions

Should Connect with Child’s Psychology

Should Demonstrate Strong Evidence Base

Should Actually Change Behaviour


R ole modelling meet the food dudes
R Well-Beingole Modelling: Meet The Food Dudes


R ewards
R Well-Beingewards


R epeated tasting
R Well-Beingepeated tasting



Programme overview food dudes full force y1
Programme Overview – ‘Food Dudes Full Force’ (Y1) Well-Being

Intensive Phase

Tasting

Parental and family involvement

Movies

Rewards

Days 1-16

Maintenance Phase

Competitions

Dining Room Experience

Parental and family involvement

All Year


Choice architecture fd dining experience
Choice Architecture: FD Dining Experience Well-Being

Food Dudes Branding

F&V Presentation

Staff Prompts

Reward System

Visual Cues

Food Dudes Menu

Positioning

Portion Control

Healthy Choice ‘Nudges’

Staff Modelling

Card Reward System

Monitoring & Evaluation

Aligned to School Food Plan


Walsall dudley hounslow school lunchtime results
Walsall, Dudley & Hounslow School Lunchtime Results Well-Being

50%

49%

Fruit

50%

Vegetables

40%

Sweet/fatty

32%

30%

% consumed

21%

20%

19%

20%

10%

0%

Baseline

Follow-up

Baseline

Follow-up

Follow-up

Baseline


Home consumption of f v post food dudes
Home Consumption of F&V POST Food Dudes Well-Being

Children

Parents


Awards
Awards Well-Being

World Heath Organization

Best Practice Award for Counteracting Obesity

Chief Medical Officer’s Gold Medal Award

Combating Obesity

Public Health Excellence Awards, West Midlands

Partnerships

Local Authorities Research + Intelligence Association

Best Use of Health Research

Local Authority Catering Award

Most Innovative Concept


Outcomes
Outcomes Well-Being

Large and long-lasting improvements in diet

Biggest effects with poorest eaters

Benefits whole family

Inclusive- children of all abilities

Starts early – from Nursery onwards


Thank you
Thank You Well-Being

Q

A

&


London schools study preventing health inequalities
London Schools Study: Preventing Health Inequalities Well-Being

48%

Fruit

50%

48%

Vegetables

40%

30%

% consumed

20%

11%

10%

7%

7%

5%

4%

2%

0%

Before

After 4 months

Before

After 4 months

Control School

Food Dudes School

Horne et al. (2004)Increasing children's fruit and vegetable consumption: a peer-modelling and rewards-based intervention.

Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. 58, p1649-1660.


Parental endorsement
Parental Endorsement Well-Being

“It would be beneficial for the health of children if Food Dudes were introduced into all primary schools.


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