Tag Archive for 'School Meals'

Menu Week Beginning: 22 An Lùnastal – 22 August

  Diluain

Monday

  Dimairt

Tuesday

  Diciadain

Wednesday

  Diardaoin

Thursday

  Dihaoine

Friday

Sausages,

Roast or

Mashed Potatoes

Salad  

 

 

or

 

Macaroni Cheese

Salad

Wraps with

Cheese     Chicken Tuna or  Ham  

Plain  or Spicy Potato Wedges

Salad  

 

or

 

Lentil Soup 

Bread 

Cheese   Tuna or Ham sandwich

Salad

Pizza

Spaghetti Hoops

Salad

 

 

or

 

Baked Potato 

With Cheese   Beans

or Tuna

Salad

 

Steak Pie

Roast or

Mashed Potatoes

Carrots

Salad

 

or

 

Tomato Pasta

Salad

 

 

Breaded Haddock

Chips

Peas

Salad

 

 

or

 

Chicken Noodle Soup 

Bread 

Cheese    Tuna or Ham  sandwich

Salad

 

Rice Pudding 

or

Fresh Fruit 

Chocolate Muffins

or

Fresh Fruit 

Gingerbread Biscuit

or

Fresh Fruit 

Ice Cream

or

Fresh Fruit 

Fruity Friday

or

Fresh Fruit 

Menu Week Beginning: 29 An Lùnastal – 29 August 2016

  Diluain

Monday

  Dimairt

Tuesday

  Diciadain

Wednesday

  Diardaoin

Thursday

  Dihaoine

Friday

Pizza

Plain  or

Spicy Potato Wedges

Salad

 

or

 

Tomato Soup   

Bread

Cheese   Tuna or Ham sandwich

Salad

 

Shepherds Pie

Salad

 

or

 

Macaroni Cheese

Salad

 

Toad in the Hole

Carrots

Mashed or

Roast Potatoes

Salad

 

or

 

Baked Potato 

With Cheese,   Beans,

Or Tuna

Salad

Chicken & Tomato Pasta

Salad

 

or

 

Lentil Soup 

Bread 

Cheese,    Tuna, or Ham sandwich

Salad

 

Fish Fingers

Chips

Beans

Salad

 

 

or

 

Tomato Pasta

Salad

Choc n Toffee Swirl or

Fresh Fruit 

Chocolate Krispie Cakes

or

Fresh Fruit 

Chocolate Sponge

Custard

or

Fresh Fruit 

Jelly

or

Fresh Fruit 

Butterscotch Sponge

or

Fresh Fruit 

menu Week Beginning: 18 An Lùnastal – 18 August 2016

  Diardaoin

Thursday

  Dihaoine

Friday

Pizza

Spaghetti Hoops

Salad

 

or

 

Tomato Pasta

Salad

 

Fish Fingers

Chips

Beans

Salad

 

 

or

 

Baked Potato 

With Cheese,   Beans,

Or Tuna

Salad

Chocolate or Strawberry Swirl

or

Fresh Fruit 

Jelly or

Fresh Fruit 

Getting Along Swimmingly!

Here we are again in a new term!  Last term, we had the Lewis Mod, which went well and the children performed in various competitions, including the playlet, which went well and was exceedingly funny!  Sarah won her Literary competition, so well done to her!

We are back after to Easter holidays, starting the “summer” term; although right now we have  “Sneachd na h-uain bheaga” which is typical for us here. The April showers in Lewis seem to be more often or not, “the snow of the wee lambs”!

Firstly, as it is term 4, we have started swimming again on Thursday afternoons.  This means travelling to Stornoway by mini bus and then back again, just in time to go home on the school buses.  Because of this, we have both an early break time in the morning and an early lunch to enable us to leave the school at 1 o’ clock.  Despite these minor disruptions to the school day, the children seem to be enjoying their lessons, and there are one or two sleepy children on the way home!

Secondly, even though we are just back to school, we have the May holiday weekend coming up, so we will be off on Friday 29th April AND Monday 2nd May.  We hope you enjoy the long weekend, and that the weather warms up for May, which has been until recently, always thought of as one of the loveliest months in the Western Isles, but remember the old Scotttish saying “ne’er cast a clout, ’til May is oot”.  In other words, don’t take your coat off until after May!  Incidentally, as a bit of long forgotten folklore, it is thought the “May” in the said saying isn’t the actual month, but refers to  the shrub hawthorn, which is also known as “May Thorn” and when it flowers!

LOOK OUT FOR PIRATES!

Lately, there has been a sighting of pirates in Bernera School!258260 - Copy It was Pirates Day in Bernera School recently, all the children (as well as Vicky and Meg!) dressed as pirates and had a special “Pirates Lunch” and wrote poems or drew pictures.

School Meals

Primary and Secondary School Menus offer healthy and tasty meal options which reflect the Scottish Government food and drink legal requirements for school lunches. 

School meals are cooked on the premisesby our School Cook Mrs Vicky Mayers. Choices offer a varied and attractive dinner each day.  A “fruit only” dessert is offered twice a week to all pupils. Under the “Fruit In Schools” initiative, jointly funded by the Western Isles Health Board and the Education and Children’s Services Department, all children in Primary 1-2     receive a piece of fruit three times a week. This is offered at the morning interval.

In agreement with the parent body, all pupils receive, milk every day and fruit, and toast at alternate morning intervals. Where initiatives are not in place to fund these snacks, parents pay for the snacks on a weekly basis. In this way parents support us in our endeavours to promote healthy living across the school.

 The School Cook issues weekly menu’s to pupils who are encouraged to take these home and make their choices before returning them to school. This practice helps the Cook to reduce waste with pupils being able to “pre-order” their school meals on a weekly basis. 

The school operates a system of money pockets which go out to pupils each week. Parents are asked to place dinner money for the week in the envelope on a Monday and any change owed to them will be returned in the same way.

Pupils who wish to take packed lunches to school may eat them in the canteen with the other children.  However, the following points ought to be carefully noted;

¨ Pupils eating Packed Lunches should generally eat their lunch in a separate area from those eating School Lunches, However, since in Bernera School, we are at a premium for suitable space we do allow the children to sit and eat together on the provision that parents and pupils  recognise why distinctions are sometimes made between those eating School Lunches and those eating Packed Lunches.

¨ Canteen staff have no responsibility in any way to assist pupils with the making up of their lunch items. Parents should therefore ensure that pupils Packed Lunches are ready to eat and that any necessary cutlery/tableware is included with the Packed Lunch.

Parents should let the School know in advance if their child has any special dietary requirements.

School pupils are not allowed to leave the premises at lunchtime unless they are going home for lunch.

Children of parents in receipt of Income Support are entitled to a free midday meal. Further information and application forms can be obtained from the School, or from:

Department of Education and Children’s Services
Comhairle nan Eilean,
Sandwick Road,
Stornoway

Isle of Lewis

TEL: 01851 822 763

Week Beginning: – 2 An Dùbhlachd 2 December 2013

  DiluainMonday   DimairtTuesday   DiciadainWednesday   DiardaoinThursday   DihaoineFriday 
  

Holiday!

  

 

Pizza Plain  or

Spicy Potato Wedges

Salad

 

or

 

Tomato Soup   

Bread

Cheese,    Tuna, or Ham sandwich   

Toad in the HoleCarrots

Mashed or

Roast Potatoes 

 

or

 

Baked Potato   

With Cheese,   Beans,

Or Tuna

Salad 

Sweet n Sour Chicken Rice

Sweetcorn

 

or

 

Lentil Soup   

Bread 

Cheese,    Tuna, or Ham sandwich  

Fish Fingers Chips

Peas

Salad

 

 

or

 

Tomato Pasta

Salad

Choc n Toffee Swirl or Fresh Fruit    Chocolate SpongeCustard 

or 

Fresh Fruit   

Yoghurt or

Fresh Fruit 

Plain Muffinor

Fresh Fruit 




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