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  • 23/05/2014
    LUNCH MENU FOR SUMMER/AUTUMN 2014

    Powys Primary Menu Summer /Autumn 2014

     

     

    Tuck Boxes and Jacket Potato Fillings

    Week 1

    Week 2

    Week 3

    MONDAY

    Tuck Box

    Cheese

    or Egg

     

    Jacket Potato

    Cheese & Beans or Tuna

    All Served with

    Mixed Salad

    and

    Dessert of The Day

    Homemade Beef Bolognaise served with Pasta Twirls & Garlic Bread

     

    Vegetable Mince Bolognaise

     

    Mixed Vegetables

     

    Ring Donut or Fresh Fruit

    Fully Loaded Vegetable Pizza with Potato Wedges & Beans

     

    Fully Loaded Vegetable Pizza

     

     

     

    Chocolate Artic Roll or Fresh Fruit

    Mini Grill

    Pork Sausages With Tomatoes

    Hash Browns & Baked Beans

     

    Quorn Sausages

     

     

    Apple Rice Pudding or Fresh Fruit

     

     

    TUESDAY

    Tuck Box

    Tuna

    or Ham

     

    Jacket Potato

    Cheese & Beans or Tuna

    All Served with

    Mixed Salad

    and

    Dessert of The Day

    Chicken Grill with Mash Potato & Beans

     

     

     

    Vegetable & Cheese Bake

     

    (Pear)

    Chocolate sponge & Pink Sauce or Fresh Fruit

    Oven Baked Pork Sausages

    with Mashed Potatoes

    Peas & Sweetcorn and Gravy

     

    Glamorgan Sausage

     

     

     

    Krispie Cake or Fresh Fruit

    Turkey & Stuffing

    Mashed Potatoes and choice of two Vegetables and Gravy

     

    Vegetable Pie

     

     

     

    Fruit Flapjack or Fresh Fruit

    WEDNESDAY

    Tuck Box

    Ham

    or Cheese

     

    Jacket Potato

    Cheese & Beans or Tuna

    All Served with

    Mixed Salad

    and

    Dessert of The Day

    Vinegar Infused Fish

     

    Meat Free Pastry

     

    Salad Potatoes with a choice of two Vegetables

     

     

     

    Fruit Salad or Fresh Fruit

    Home made Beef Lasagne

    Macaroni Cheese (V)

    Garlic Bread

     

    Vegetables

     

     

     

    Chocolate Ice cream

    Sponge Roll

    Minted Lamb Grill in a Bap

    Vegetable and Cheese Bake in a Bap (V)

     

    Baked Beans and

    Mixed Salad

     

    Chocolate Beetroot Cake With Chocolate Custard or Fresh Fruit

     

    THURSDAY

    Tuck Box

    Cheese

    or Tuna

     

    Jacket Potato

    Cheese& Beans or Tuna

    All Served with

    Mixed Salad

    and

    Dessert of The Day

     

     

     

    Roast Pork

    With Apple Sauce &

    Carrots or Cabbage

    Mashed potato&

    Gravy

     

    Vegetarian Loaf

     

     

    Fruit Muffin or Fresh Fruit

     

     

     

     

    Roast Chicken & Stuffing with Carrots or Broccoli

    Mashed Potatoes &

    Gravy

     

     

    Vegetable Sausage

     

    (Fruit)

    Strawberry yoghurt or Fresh Fruit

    Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding with Carrots or Broccoli

    Mashed Potatoes &

    Gravy

     

    Lentil Bake

     

     

    Fruit Filled Meringue or Fresh Fruit

    FRIDAY

    Tuck Box

    Cheese

    or Tuna

    Jacket Potato

    Cheese& Beans or Tuna

     

    All Served with

    Mixed Salad

    and

    Dessert of The Day

    Fish Finger Fillet or Salmon With

    Peas or Beans &

    Chipped Potatoes

     

    Cheese Omelette

     

     

    Welsh Cake & A Glass of Fresh Milk

    Breaded White Fish Fillet

    With Peas or Beans &

    Chipped Potatoes

     

     

    Vegetable & Cheese Bake

     

    Carrot Cake or Fresh Fruit & A Glass of Fresh Milk

    Breaded White Fish

    With Peas &

    Chipped Potatoes

     

     

    Cheese Omlette

     

    Artic Roll or Fresh Fruit

     

     

    12th May, 9th & 30th June; 1st & 22nd September 13th October

    19th May 16th June 7th July

    8th & 29th September & 30th October

    2nd & 23rd June; 14th July; 15th September & 6th October

    Due to circumstances beyond our control, there may at times be a slight variance in our menus.

    Water is always available. Fresh Fruit is available as an alternative to the Dessert of the Day.

    The Vegetarian option is available daily but will need to be pre-ordered one week in advance.

  • 07/11/2013
    COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

     

     

    YSGOL RHIW-BECHAN POLICY ON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN SCHOOLS

    A child should not be accepted at the beginning of a school session if it is obvious that he/she isn’t well and if a child develops symptoms of any infectious illness during a session.  Reasonable steps should be taken to avoid cross-infection.  In order to operate a responsible policy towards preventing the spread of infection, it is recommended that the following guidelines regarding exclusion periods are followed.


    Note that the LEA don’t recommend exclusion for pupils who are infested with headlice.  However, it is school policy to take reasonable steps to avoid cross-infection.  Therefore, when headlice are detected parents should be contacted and pupils sent home for treatment.  They should only return when there is no evidence of live lice on the child.

    Teachers should consult the headteacher or acting headteacher before excluding a pupil.

    Please find below guidance on exclusion periods for communicable diseases.

    Eye Infections

    Please do not send your child to school until the infection has cleared.

    Sickness and Diarrhoea

    Your child must not attend school for 48 hours after the last bout of sickness or diarrhoea.

    Chicken Pox

    Your child must not attend school 6 days from the appearance of the rash or until spots have scabbed over.

    German Measles (Rubella)

    Your child must not attend school for 4 days from the appearance of the rash.

    Measles

    Your child must not attend the school for 7 days from the appearance of the rash.

    Mumps

    Your child must not attend the school for 10 days or until the swelling has gone down.

    Whooping Cough

    Yourchild must not attend school until both the cough and whooping have ceased for 14 days.

    Skin Infection eg. Impetigo

    Medical advice needs to be sought and treatment given.  Where practical, the infection needs to be covered to avoid infection through contact.

    Slapped Cheek (Fifth) Disease

    • This is a viral illness that usually affects children, but can also affect adults.
    • Symptoms include fever, rash (the cheeks often have a bright red “slapped cheek” (appearance) and sometimes joint pains.
    • Transmission is from person to person by respiratory droplets.
    • The incubation period is usually between 13-18 days.
    • The infectious period is from 7 days before the onset of the rash.  Once the rash appears, a person is  no longer infectious.
    • Children who are immunocompromised or have certain types of anaemias can have more severe symptoms.
    • Occasionally Parvovirus can affect an unborn baby.  If a woman is exposed early in pregnancy (before 20 weeks) she should inform her GP and whoever is providing her antenatal care.
  • 26/02/2013
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