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 

glyn.owen@bristol-schools.uk

Yellow couregtte, fresh from our kitchen garden
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Beetroot brownie

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On item that has been on our menu since Chef Glyn started here in the school is our beetroot and chocolate brownie.

The beetroot keeps the cake beautifully moist and gives a gorgeous, silky texture to the brownie.

This week we have also been using our own, home grown beetroot in the cake making it extra special.

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Free School Meals- Who is eligible?

Free School Meals Information in other languages (opens as seperate PDF)....

 

Arabic

Chinese

Czech

Hungarian

Polish

Punjabi

Portuguese

Romanian

 

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.

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

Here is the current lunch menu

The Kitchen Garden

Spring is not too far away , and our Kitchen Garden is coming back to life.   The chives are sending up little shoots, the mint has lots of new growth and our garlic is looking very healthy.

Many of our hardier herbs have kept going over the winter so we have thyme, rosemary, bay, sage as well as lemon balm .

Inside, on the kitchen windowsill, we have planted carraway seeds and corriander seeds which we have saved from last years plants.

As always, please feel free to rub any of the herbs in the outdoor planters and then smell the aming scent on your hands.

 

School Meals 

The cost of school dinners are £2.50 per day, which is £12.50 per week.  Payments for lunches can be made online through 'School Money' or  can 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.

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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 

glyn.owen@bristol-schools.uk

Yellow couregtte, fresh from our kitchen garden
imageimageimageimageimageimage

Beetroot brownie

imageimageimageimageimageimage

On item that has been on our menu since Chef Glyn started here in the school is our beetroot and chocolate brownie.

The beetroot keeps the cake beautifully moist and gives a gorgeous, silky texture to the brownie.

This week we have also been using our own, home grown beetroot in the cake making it extra special.

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Free School Meals- Who is eligible?

Free School Meals Information in other languages (opens as seperate PDF)....

 

Arabic

Chinese

Czech

Hungarian

Polish

Punjabi

Portuguese

Romanian

 

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.

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

Here is the current lunch menu

The Kitchen Garden

Spring is not too far away , and our Kitchen Garden is coming back to life.   The chives are sending up little shoots, the mint has lots of new growth and our garlic is looking very healthy.

Many of our hardier herbs have kept going over the winter so we have thyme, rosemary, bay, sage as well as lemon balm .

Inside, on the kitchen windowsill, we have planted carraway seeds and corriander seeds which we have saved from last years plants.

As always, please feel free to rub any of the herbs in the outdoor planters and then smell the aming scent on your hands.

 

School Meals 

The cost of school dinners are £2.50 per day, which is £12.50 per week.  Payments for lunches can be made online through 'School Money' or  can 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.

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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 

glyn.owen@bristol-schools.uk

Yellow couregtte, fresh from our kitchen garden
imageimageimageimageimageimage

Beetroot brownie

imageimageimageimageimageimage

On item that has been on our menu since Chef Glyn started here in the school is our beetroot and chocolate brownie.

The beetroot keeps the cake beautifully moist and gives a gorgeous, silky texture to the brownie.

This week we have also been using our own, home grown beetroot in the cake making it extra special.

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Free School Meals- Who is eligible?

Free School Meals Information in other languages (opens as seperate PDF)....

 

Arabic

Chinese

Czech

Hungarian

Polish

Punjabi

Portuguese

Romanian

 

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.

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

Here is the current lunch menu

The Kitchen Garden

Spring is not too far away , and our Kitchen Garden is coming back to life.   The chives are sending up little shoots, the mint has lots of new growth and our garlic is looking very healthy.

Many of our hardier herbs have kept going over the winter so we have thyme, rosemary, bay, sage as well as lemon balm .

Inside, on the kitchen windowsill, we have planted carraway seeds and corriander seeds which we have saved from last years plants.

As always, please feel free to rub any of the herbs in the outdoor planters and then smell the aming scent on your hands.

 

School Meals 

The cost of school dinners are £2.50 per day, which is £12.50 per week.  Payments for lunches can be made online through 'School Money' or  can 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.

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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 

glyn.owen@bristol-schools.uk

Yellow couregtte, fresh from our kitchen garden
imageimageimageimageimageimage

Beetroot brownie

imageimageimageimageimageimage

On item that has been on our menu since Chef Glyn started here in the school is our beetroot and chocolate brownie.

The beetroot keeps the cake beautifully moist and gives a gorgeous, silky texture to the brownie.

This week we have also been using our own, home grown beetroot in the cake making it extra special.

imageimageimageimageimageimage

Free School Meals- Who is eligible?

Free School Meals Information in other languages (opens as seperate PDF)....

 

Arabic

Chinese

Czech

Hungarian

Polish

Punjabi

Portuguese

Romanian

 

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.

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU

Here is the current lunch menu

The Kitchen Garden

Spring is not too far away , and our Kitchen Garden is coming back to life.   The chives are sending up little shoots, the mint has lots of new growth and our garlic is looking very healthy.

Many of our hardier herbs have kept going over the winter so we have thyme, rosemary, bay, sage as well as lemon balm .

Inside, on the kitchen windowsill, we have planted carraway seeds and corriander seeds which we have saved from last years plants.

As always, please feel free to rub any of the herbs in the outdoor planters and then smell the aming scent on your hands.

 

School Meals 

The cost of school dinners are £2.50 per day, which is £12.50 per week.  Payments for lunches can be made online through 'School Money' or  can 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.

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