Welcome to the kitchen.
Here in the kitchen our goal is to provide food that is healthy, tasty, seasonal but most of all enjoyable.
If you have any queries regarding the menu and /or specific dietary requirements please do email Glyn Owen (Head Chef) at email@example.com.
Parents and friends food discussion group.
The next meeting will be on Thursday 28th March.
3:00 - 3:25 in the school kitchen.
Please come to the kitchen entrance.
How Green is our kitchen?
We are doing our best to reduce our impact on the planet by:
- Only using compostable bin liners.
- Only using biodegradable disposable gloves.
- Using food waste bins.
- Making compost from our waste raw food.
- Turning the lights off when we can.
We are making use of the area behind the kitchen to grow salad leaves and tomatoes. So far we have harvested lambs lettuce, winter purslane, red veined sorrel, salad burnett, chervil and parsley.
At present we mesculan, rocket, mustard greens, lollo rosso and salad burnett all ready to be harvested.
We have also planted tomato plants (we have grown these from seed) that will hopefully crop before and after the summer holidays.
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Recipes from the Whitehall Kitchen
We often get asked for recipes we have served to the children and here are a few you can print out. I hope you have fun cooking these dishes at home.
Below shows the dinners which are on offer on a 3 week rolling programme.
The cost of school dinners is £2.30 per day, which is £11.50 per week from September 2018. Dinner money should be handed in to your child’s class teacher on a Monday morning for the week or on the morning of the day your child wishes to stay for lunch. All monies must be in a sealed envelope with your child’s name/class and the days they are staying in for lunch. Any change will be returned to your child’s class the following morning.