Lunch Hall Charter

Article 3—All adults should do what is best for you. When adults make decisions they should think about how their decisions will affect children.





· Make sure all children are eating enough food and drinking enough water throughout the day. ·

· Ensure children are given access to a range of    different foods, including meat, fish, vegetables and fruit.


You have the right to be alive

· Eat regularly throughout the day, and make sure that you finish each meal you are given, or eat as much as you can, to make sure you have enough energy for the day. ·

· Communicate with adults to make sure the quality and amount of food given is enough for you.

· Make sure each menu each day is as healthy as possible, and that the school’s ‘Salad Bar’ is      promoted and easily accessed ·

· Allow children to drink water from a bottle brought in from home throughout the day


You have the right to       nutritious food, clean water and good health care.

· Choose as healthy a meal as possible, making full use of the ‘Salad Bar’ and/or fruit.

· Bring a water bottle from home into school every day, and be sure to drink regularly from it.

· Do not waste food or throw it on the floor.

· Provide the option of Halal meat for children and adults of the Islamic faith. ·

· Prepare and provide a range of options and choices for children at lunchtime.

· Give Muslim children the option to fast.


You have the right to use your own language and practise your own culture

· Eat politely and quietly in the dining room, using correct cutlery.

· Take responsibility for eating a healthy and balanced diet.

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