How we are supporting schools

Over the last two years (2014-2016) Ian Wright worked with both Healthy Schools and HC3S, talking to schools across the county and helping with any concerns or issues that arose after the implementation of Universal Infant Free School Meals.

The following briefing notes were issued to schools to help with that programme and may contain information that is helpful for a productive lunchtime.

Briefing Note 1 (April 2014)

Briefing Note 2 (May 2014)

Briefing Note 3 and Checklist (July 2014)

Briefing Note 4 (September 2014)

Briefing Note 5 (October 2014)

Briefing Note 6 (November 2014)

Briefing Note 7 (December 2014)

Briefing Note 8 (January 2015)

Briefing Note 9 (February 2015)

Briefing Note 10 (March 2015)

Briefing Note 11 (May 2015)

Briefing Note 12 (September 2015)

Briefing Note 13 (October 2015)

Briefing Note 14 (December 2015)

Briefing Note 15 (February 2016)

Briefing Note 16 (September 2016)

In addtiion, HC3S installed ovens, fridges, freezers, hot cupboards and various other items of catering equipment across the county to cope with the increased number of meals.  Operations managers also talked to schools, discussing any changes to lunch periods, dining room routines etc to ensure all Key Stage 1 children get a hot meal each school day.

Whilst the programme can now be called 'rolled out', if any schools our operations managers are here to help with any queries or concerns about lunchtimes.