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Pupils serve up a tasty treat

from left, Leanne Rickwood, Ruby Rickwood, six, Laila Brunk, seven and Paigon Broten at the Mothers day lunch at St Wulstan's and St Edmund's School

from left, Leanne Rickwood, Ruby Rickwood, six, Laila Brunk, seven and Paigon Broten at the Mothers day lunch at St Wulstan's and St Edmund's School

A full roast beef dinner, pasta with tomato and mascarpone, salad, homemade bread...

Sounds yummy doesn’t it?

Well, that’s what the mums of year 2 children at St Wulstan’s School enjoyed when they joined them for a special pre-Easter lunch and to mark Mother’s Day.

School lunches have come a long way in the last decade and children who opt for a cooked meal are certain to have a good, well-balanced and nutritious choice for lunch.

So much so that, as from September, all infant children will be entitled to a free school meal, in a national effort to make sure every child in the country has one cooked meal a day.

Head cook at St Wulstan’s Stacy Sanderson said: “It was lovely to see the children sit down with their mums for lunch, and they said they really enjoyed it.

“We will be introducing our summer menu after the Easter holidays and also a packed lunch-style menu for those who prefer.

“There will be a selection of wraps, different breads, with a variety of fillings. There’ll be a choice of salad and fruit, yoghurt and a hot pudding to follow.”

 

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