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School Meals

The school canteen

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Please note that new S1 will receive a new Child Account Reference when they start in Secondary school - the existing one from their Primary school does not transfer to the Academy.

A letter with the new details will be issued when they come back to school in August.

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Breakfast Club (8.00 - 10.00am):

Toast & Orange/Apple Juice OR
Breakfast Cereal & Orange/Apple Juice OR
Pancake & Orange/Apple Juice     

 

Break S1/S2/S310:25 - 10:40
Break S4/S5/S6

11:15 - 11:30

 

Hot & cold filled rolls available at break.

 

Lunch Orders

All lunches can be pre-ordered and paid using the Fusion Mobile App. For further details on this please visit the West Lothian Council website WLC Back to School Information

Lunch S2/S312:20 - 12:50
Lunch S112:50 - 13:20
Lunch S4/S5/S613:20 - 13:50

 

Hot traditional meals

Pasta King

Sub-U-Like rolls, pizzas, pazinni

Selection of breads/sandwiches/rolls various fillings (prices vary)

Homemade sweets/homemade baking/fresh fruit salads (prices vary)

The menu will vary from day to day. As the meals are cooked from fresh, the daily menu will depend upon the ingredients available.

 

 

Since 2003, school lunches in Scotland have undergone a transformation starting with the Hungry for Success initiative.

The Schools (Health Promotion and Nutrition) (Scotland) Act 2007 and the Nutritional Requirements for Food and Drink in Schools (Scotland) Regulations 2008 build on the achievements of Hungry for Success by establishing standards for all food and drink in schools.

The focus is on getting the balance right and helping pupils make informed choices. A wide range of appealing healthy food and drink are promoted through marketing, education and active encouragement. The Government hopes that children and young people will be more inclined to opt for healthier choices, not only in school but also outside school.

An important aspect of this work has been extensive consultation, especially with the pupils themselves. Food manufacturers and the food industry have also been approached and changes have been made in developing products which comply with the new healthier standards.

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