The children and a teacher walk to the local grocer in Southfields, where they choose the fruit they (and their peers) will enjoy. They are given money to pay for the fruit themselves. Not only is this a lovely, daily outdoor outing, it is an excellent learning experience for the children, covering road safety, healthy eating, numeracy, working within a group. In the morning we have a fruit stall open, where children choose and eat fruit whenever they like. Each child independently pours their water, helps cut and prepare their fruit, and washes their bowls after snack time. This is a good time for social skills, fine motor skills, working in collaboration, maths, learning about good manners, helping one another, and sharing fruit out to peers.