Hampton celebrates World Food Day
Last week at Hampton, our pupils observed World Food Day. It was an exciting and insightful event that opened the eyes of our pupils to the role of food and nutrition in the world.
By participating in this event, our pupils were inspired to learn about the complex issues of hunger and malnutrition that are plaguing the world, especially in developing countries. Furthermore, we seized the moment to emphasize why healthy eating is important for physical and mental growth and development.
At Hampton School, we are concerned about the all-round development of our pupils and by empowering them with the knowledge to make healthy diet choices, we are laying a foundation for them to be healthy and productive members of society in the future.
Pupils also had to research foods from different countries and cultures. As they discussed their findings, it was apparent that they had gained a richer experience and a deeper appreciation for the inherent diversity in our world.
From talks and classroom discussions to creative arts and fun games, we were able to harmonize different methods to explore the significance of World Food Day. That shows Hampton’s commitment to taking a holistic approach to learning.
At Hampton, teaching isn’t just about passing information to pupils. It’s about delivering effective, engaging, and fun tutelage that will equip our pupils as future leaders while creating treasured memories they can hold on to.