Thinking Food

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As you will be aware, E- vouchers have replaced free school meals for children who are not able to be in school at present. As the system now appears to be settling down and weekly supermarket vouchers are being delivered, we thought it would be a good time to share some recipes, tips and fun ideas for families, so are launching our Thinking Food bulletin.

In partnership with our catering company, Chartwells we will be sharing recipes from the current school lunch menu for you to try at home. They are all healthy, cost effective dishes created from easy to access ingredients, many of which you may already have in your cupboard. We will also be sharing ideas from our chefs in schools across the trust and for some ‘old school treats’ that can be made with your children.

 

Meal of the week – Chicken Biryani:

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Food schooling at home:

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