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Free school meals

File photo dated 28/08/09 of a school dinner being served, as a crackdown on fatty and sweet foods is being launched as part of new standards on school meals unveiled by the Government today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday June 17, 2014. Milk must also be available to primary and secondary pupils during the school day under the new rules which come into force in January. See PA story EDUCATION Meals. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

File photo dated 28/08/09 of a school dinner being served, as a crackdown on fatty and sweet foods is being launched as part of new standards on school meals unveiled by the Government today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday June 17, 2014. Milk must also be available to primary and secondary pupils during the school day under the new rules which come into force in January. See PA story EDUCATION Meals. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

All 160 Buckinghamshire infant and combined schools will be ready to receive a nutritious school lunch from the beginning of the new school year in September.

And Buckinghamshire County Council has achieved this within the Government’s £1.1 million capital grant.

Eighty Buckinghamshire infant and combined schools already serve meals every day thanks to an innovative ‘hub and satellite’ arrangement: seven hub kitchens, strategically placed around the county, serve 80 satellite schools with a 45 per cent pupil take-up. These have been given extra capacity to handle additional demand.

 

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