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☰ Food for Thought

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Food for Thought

Posted on January 09 2015

Since my schooldays I have been fascinated by history and the lessons we can learn from others. At the beginning of each year I enjoy researching the memorable dates and anniversaries of famous and notable events. 2015 marks the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo. Some accredit Napoleon with the saying ‘an army marches on its stomach.’

It is essential that all our children have a healthy and balanced diet to help them develop and grow. Our new lunch menus reflect the school’s ethos and have been thoroughly enjoyed by the children and staff alike. Plans to extend the choices available are already underway and I look forward to sharing a sample of the menus alongside our Parents’ Evenings in February. Our exciting breakfast and tea service launched this term to enhance our before and after school care provision has been a resounding success. The children are experiencing some new tastes and flavours and parents have commented that the service greatly assists their busy working lives.

Cookery Club has also been a popular choice this term. Ms Beale and Mrs Kershaw are working hard to provide the children with essential skills whilst having lots of fun.

On a separate note, work on our school production is already in full swing. The talented Mrs Niland has written the show, which links song and dance from well-known musicals. You might also be interested to know that Mrs Niland is taking a leading role in a local production of Oliver!

Mrs Horrocks

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