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The Bill will introduce significant improvements across the housing sector to ensure that people have access to a decent, affordable home and better housing-related services.
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The documents are aimed at local authorities and in some instances, schools and other stakeholders for example governors to support Appetite for Life implementation.
The supporting documents include:
- the latest Appetite for Life implementation guidelines
- secondary school food-based standards assessment tool – to assess provision at school level
- primary and secondary food-based standards posters – for using as a training tool with staff and/or pupils
- stakeholder information – for local authority use with parents/carers and governors
- pupils guidance document – for explaining the standards to pupil groups
- complying with Appetite for Life recommendations
- food and drink in after school clubs.
Please note that adopting the draft implementation guidelines is not currently a statutory requirement. However, all local authorities and schools in Wales are being encouraged to work towards the recommended nutritional food and drink standards set out in Appetite for Life.