Sponsors' rules

31st May 1996 at 01:00
When your school is offered a sponsored resource or activity, is it clear who the sponsorproducer is? Does its educational value outweigh its marketing messages? Is it free of incentives to children to eat an unhealthy diet? The National Consumer Council has produced a poster, Sponsorship in Schools, with a checklist of questions to ask and updated guidelines on good practice to help schools develop their own policy. A copy of the poster has gone to every school in the UK; further copies are not available, but photocopies of the original may be made. National Consumer Council, tel: 0171 730 0191.

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