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Our healthy meals are cooked by Janet, Melanie and Angela, the nursery chefs.

All food is made freshly on site where possible, using fresh foods, fruit and vegetables. The meat we use in the nursery is provided by Butcher of Brogdale Food Hall who are based in Canterbury, Kent.

If your child has a dietary or cultural food requirement then we will discuss this with you together with the nursery chef so that we can plan suitable alternatives.

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Grace's
 

Thursday's Menu (19th November 2020) 


  • Breakfast is...   Cereal, toast and peaches
  • Lunch is...   Turkey Keema with brown rice and sweetcorn followed by winter fruit crumble and custard 
  •  Tea is...  Vegetarian burger with tomato relish and bread roll followed by pineapple. 

Turkey Keema, brown Rice

 

Friday's Menu (20th November 2020

  • Breakfast is...   Cereal, toast and pears
  • Lunch is...   Creamy garlic chicken with potato wedges and mixed vegetables followed by mango and creme fraiche
  • Tea is... Red pepper, squash and lentil soup with wholemeal croutons followed by bananas


The Early Years Nutrition Partnership
The EYN Partnership is committed to improving nutrition standards for children in the early years. Nutrition, during this critical period impacts children’s healthy growth, development and long-term outcomes. 


 Little Grace's

Thursday's Menu (19th November 2020) 

  • Breakfast is...   Cereal, muffin and oranges
  • Lunch is...   Turkey Keema with brown rice and sweetcorn followed by winter fruit crumble and custard 
  • Tea is...  Vegetarian burger with tomato relish and bread roll followed by pineapple. 
 

Friday's Menu (20th November 2020)

  • Breakfast is...   Cereal, toast and pears
  • Lunch is...   Creamy garlic chicken with potato wedges and mixed vegetables followed by mango and creme fraiche
  • Tea is... Red pepper, squash and lentil soup with wholemeal croutons followed by bananas

"Our son has always loved his food and we are quite jealous of the menu that he is enjoying at nursery!"

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