Derby heads welcome new rules on healthier school food
Schools will be able to decide when during the day they want to offer milk and there is no suggestion of a return to free milk for all primary school children.
Simon Emsley, head of Lakeside Community Primary School Nike Hypershift Ebay
The revised school food standards will be mandatory in all council run schools, new academies and free schools but any academies formed between 2010 and 2014 will not have to conform.
and tuck shops, and salt will not be available for pupils to add to food after it is cooked.
"The new guidance is not particularly revolutionary but we need to feed children healthily and encourage them to want to eat healthily along with families."
Pastry based dishes will be subject to the same restrictions, schools will be completely banned from offering chocolate and confectionery in canteens Nike Kobe 9 Elite Low Beethoven Price
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg added: "If you speak to heads and cooks about the meals they provide, they wanted to be given a little bit more freedom."
in Alvaston, said: "Broadly speaking, it's what we are already doing with our meals. We've got a new chef, staff and pupils involved with the menus so we will only have the odd tweak to make this work.
He said: "I'm sure all schools will welcome anything that encourages children to lead more healthy lifestyles. There needs to be a proper lead in time for schools to make arrangements and any funding issues are considered carefully with proper discussion Hyperlive Pe
A DofE spokesman said: "Our revised school food standards say for the first time that lower fat milk must be available for pupils, both primary and secondary, during the school day. We want all pupils to eat healthily and giving every child access to milk at school will be important."
and consultation with schools."
The Department for Education said the new standards proved Hyperdunk Rainbow "extremely popular" in trials with school cooks, with nine in 10 saying they were easier to implement than earlier guidelines.
Many schools are currently reviewing the food they provide at lunchtime, as they draw up plans for providing free school meals to each primary age pupil from September.
David Blackwell is head of Springfield Primary in Spondon, which does not cook its own food but receives it ready to eat from another school.
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