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Meals and Menu

Menu For Nursery rotated on a four week basis (milk,water & juice served with each meal and available)

Date Breakfast Lunch Desert Tea
Monday A choice of cereal, toast and spread.Milk, waterTo include children’s own food Tuna Pasta bake  or mac-cheese or vegetable rice, vegetable pastaRoast Dinner (vegetarian option) Ice-cream /bananas  Croissant, crackers, cheese and raisins
Tuesday A choice of cereal, toast and spread.Milk, waterTo include children’s own food Chicken stew with rice. Vegetables. Vegetarian option: SoyaOr chicken nuggets etc. Berry /apple crumbles with custardFruit bites or youghurt Pitta bread & veg bites with houmous dip
Wednesday Toast or Porridge water, milk To include children’s own food Spaghetti Bolognese, lasagnaVegetarian option: vegetable cous-cous curry Fruit salad/natural youghurt Cheese on toastToast with spread or beansYoghurts  or oranges 
Thursday A choice of cereal, toast and spread.Milk, waterTo include children’s own food Potatoes fish or meat stew. Fish pie, fish balls. Green beans Jelly or yoghurtsFruit bites Potato wedges/waffles   fish fingers or chicken dippers
Friday Scramble eggs, toast milk or waterTo include children’s own food Rice or noodle stir-fry (no meat)Fish and chips. Pizza and chips. Salad/sweetcorn Strawberry or chocolate mousse Sandwiches with fillings

Meals are provided throughout the day at various times.

Milk, water and fresh fruit are served on a daily basis

We offer breakfast, lunch, tea and snacks.

Breakfast is served between 7.45- 8.30am

Lunch is served at 11.30 for younger children and 12.00 midday for older children.

Babies are fed according to their demand and routine, including milk formula. Parents are supported to introduce weaning and own foods if this is your choice.

We serve tea at 3.45pm

We cater for special diets

We want lunch-time is a to be an enjoyable social experience for the children, supporting and encouraging them to be independent, use appropriate cutlery and to begin to feed themselves as part of the learning curriculum.

 

 

 

 

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