Our menus are carefully planned to give children a well balanced, nutritious diet reflecting the child’s religious or health requirements. Meal times are seen as an opportunity for children to develop social skills and good hygiene. Children are encouraged to help in the preparation of snacks as well as setting the table.
Developing good attitudes toward food, as well as learning about what foods help keep our bodies healthy, is an underlying message that is evident at all meal times as well as reflected in our menu. There is an emphasis on plenty of fresh fruits (made into smoothies, fruit salads and other desserts) and minimal processed and sugar laden food.
|Breakfast||low sugar/low salt cereal, multi-grain toast, fresh fruit with milk or juice|
|Morning snack:||various including breadsticks, rice cakes, fresh fruit, dried fruit, digestive biscuits with milk or juice|
|Lunch:||various hot dishes such as roast lamb with savoury rice, salmon cottage pie and mixed vegetables followed by fruity yoghurt, apple pie, fruit salad.|
|Afternoon snack:||various including breadsticks, rice cakes, fresh fruit, dried fruit, digestive biscuits with milk or juice|
|Tea:||various including tortilla wraps filled with tuna and salad or warm naan bread with cheese wedges and cherry tomatoes, pizza, frui|