Caffeine Drinks

Our main aim, as a parent school partnership, is to facilitate ways for parents and school to work together to help our children to achieve their full potential.  We all want to do what we can to enable the children to make the most of their education.  Because of this, the teachers have asked us to highlight a genuine concern that they have regarding caffeine ‘energy’ drinks, which are proving to have a detrimental effect on the children’s ability to concentrate.  Please take the time to read this report and discuss it with your child.  Thank you.

As always , any feedback will be most welcome

2 thoughts on “Caffeine Drinks”

  1. Fair point, but on the other hand, the strongest message of this report is that of which product has the most caffeine with the least sugar ie calories. Without wishing to be cynical, kids being what they are, this could almost amount to a shopping list for those who already indulge in such drinks – biggest hit, least calories.

  2. It’s a great idea to explain the detrimental effects of consuming energy drinks in this way. Quite hard-hitting.

    I buy bottled water all the time. My kids drink it if it’s in their bags and available at short notice when they are thirsty.

    I think it goes a long way to stop them racing down to the shops for an energy drink.

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