Healthy Eating

We encourage all our children to lead healthy lifestyles. Healthy eating significantly contributes to our aim. All children have access to drinking water in every classroom. Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1  have fresh fruit at morning break provided by the local government fruit scheme. Older children bring a healthy snack from home for morning break. All our school dinners are cooked on site using fresh vegetables and herbs, some of which are sourced from our own school kitchen garden, tended by children in school. In addition, we provide information to parents on healthy contents of packed lunches.

We are so proud of the quality of our school dinners that we invite parents and grandparents to share a school dinner with their children and grandchildren.

Previous offerings to parental visitors:

  • Olive and bread sticks
  • Lasagne / Meet balls with flat breads
  • Fresh berry compote with cream and short bread
  • Poppadums with yoghurt mint dip and mango chutney
  • Chicken or vegetable curry or tarragon pork filo rolls, with boiled rice and salad
  • Chocolate and courgette muffins or orange smoothies or fresh fruit

We always welcome feedback. Here are a selection of parental views from comment cards left on the tables:

'Better than some of the restaurants I have been in - very good standard of food' - local chef, Table 10 restaurant!

'I really enjoyed my lunch at the school today! It was good to see that some of the salad had been home grown. This was a great opportunity to see how well the children relate to the staff. The effort from the staff was much appreciated. Thank you.'

'Absolutely fabulous. Congratulations to all the team. A very smooth operation . So glad my son has school dinners, what a difference to my own experiences as a child. I did miss the custard with skin on my pudding though!!'

'Absolutely fantastic food. Mrs. D'Silva and her team are legends - thank you for feeding our children so well.'

'We had lovely lunch, midday staff were lovely and helpful'

'The cake was a great way of getting the children to eat vegetables'

'Today I had the pleasure of eating with the children.... Please Sir can I have some more!'

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