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Your News: School raises standards again for healthy eating

Pictured, from left, Aiden Royce, school catering team members Carole Waudby, Denise Rodgers, Christina Johnson, and pupil Cora Downing

Pictured, from left, Aiden Royce, school catering team members Carole Waudby, Denise Rodgers, Christina Johnson, and pupil Cora Downing

  • by Bourne Westfield Primary Academy
 

Bourne Westfield was delighted with the recent news that they have been re-accredited with Healthy School status.

Richard Cumbers, Programme Manager from Children’s Health reported “you have maintained the standard and continued the excellent work which earned you Healthy School Status. Well done and thank you to all staff, pupils, governors and parents whose dedication, hard work and co-operation is vital to maintaining these Healthy Standards which have a positive impact on so many children’s lives.”

Elaine Radley, Headteacher, commented, “We are really lucky to have outstanding dinner staff who not only prepare our healthy meals but enjoy dressing up to celebrate special events which the children love.”

Year 6 pupil Cora Downing who regularly enjoys school lunches reported, “The school dinners are really nice and the choices on offer allow us to make healthy decisions every day. I really like the jacket potatoes with a yummy salad!”

Aiden Royce, also Year 6, added, “We really like our hot dinners because we have baguettes, potatoes, and a main meal. My favourite choice is a healthy baguette with a side order of beans!”

We are really proud of our focus on keeping healthy both through eating well and our emphasis on physical activity. Our playtimes are characterised by a range of sporting challenges and our PE Specialist Richard Scott 
commented, “The children really enjoy the activities and rise to the challenge of 
trying to beat their personal best.”

 

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