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Drinking milk in school and nursery encourages sociable interaction among young people at an early age.
Drinking milk helps prevent dehydration, which improves concentration.
Milk in the classroom plays an important role in helping the social and behavioural development of children.
Drinking milk in the classroom or in childcare settings is an important part of children's educational and learning experience.
Milk is a vital source of calcium that supports children's growth and bone development.
Milk is a good source of protein and high in essential vitamins including A, B2 and B12.