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Lunch & Snack Menus

Lunch Menu

The lunchtime menu will alternate between the two schedules shown below.  All food is home-made and freshly prepared in The Mulberry House School kitchens.

Ingredients lists and information on allergens for each dish are available for parents on request. The school will alter dishes where necessary to accommodate those with allergies.

Lunch MenuView
Lunch Menu RecipesView

Snack Menu

Snacks are provided during morning and afternoon breaks for all children.

School Snack MenuView

School Nutritionist

www.katewaters.co.uk

nutrition@katewaters.co.uk

My philosophy is that food and eating should be an enjoyable experience, but also a healthy one.  I am a BANT registered nutritional therapist, bespoke chef, culinary teacher and a mother. I qualified after 3 years of studying, from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London in 2014. Before studying nutrition, I was a chef for 17 years, so I understand food must be tasty as well as nutritious!

I support women to take back control of their bodies; so they feel physically empowered rather than dominated by their symptoms.  My clinic specialises in women’s health – hormone balancing, chronic bladder conditions, fertility and pregnancy, weaning and child health, menopause and bone health.  I also specialise in gut health, this being the seat of all our health.

I work with personalised nutrition, looking at the individual and the root cause.  I support clients to find a new way of eating that fits in with their lifestyle, ensuring that clients can reach their goals in a realistic and healthy manner that is achievable for them to continue with on-going. 

Nutritionist BlogView
How to Support Your Immune SystemView
Breakfast and Why it’s an Important MealView
Fussy EatersView
Nutrition Parent Talk NotesView

Kate’s Recipe Ideas

Gluten free pita bread and quinoa balls recipeView
How to make gluten free pita bread and quinoa balls videoView
Cauliflower pizza recipeView
How to make cauliflower pizza videoView
Flapjack recipeView
How to make flapjack videoView
Chocolate mousse recipeView
How to make chocolate mousse videoView

Cooking in the Curriculum

INTRODUCTION

We believe that, as part of promoting a healthy lifestyle, it is important to teach children life skills such as cooking.  Health and Wellbeing is a key priority within our curriculum, and cooking has an important part to play in this. Furthermore, cooking is a cross curricular subject involving literacy skills, numeracy skills and technology skills and enables children to become Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Responsible Citizens and Effective Contributors. We focus on the preparation, making and cooking of healthy food as the key experience in learning about the qualities and social importance of food.

OUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Pupils will gain a knowledge and understanding of healthy foods through cooking with a variety of ingredients.
  • Pupils will be given opportunities to work within groups, in pairs and on an individual basis.
  • Pupils will be given the opportunity to evaluate their cooking and identify strengths and weaknesses in a positive way.
  • Pupils will be given the opportunity to add and mix a variety of ingredients as well as follow a recipe.