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Great Finborough school celebrates top catering award

PUBLISHED: 16:30 12 June 2018

Staff and students at Finborough School celebrating their prestigious award Picture: FINBOROUGH SCHOOL

Staff and students at Finborough School celebrating their prestigious award Picture: FINBOROUGH SCHOOL

FINBOROUGH SCHOOL

The catering team at Finborough School have received a prestigious award from Mid Suffolk District Council for their work promoting healthy eating.

The Eat Out Eat Well Award rewards organisations that help people to make healthy choices when eating out.

Consultant Chef Mr Justin Cain and his Head Chef Miss Amanda Boud involve their pupils in the development of the school’s menus.

Each week a form group picks a theme and their team of talented chefs and assistants cook it for the whole school.

Finborough School received the top Gold Award.

Headmaster Steven Clark said: “The dining hall and kitchen are the engine rooms of the school. We will always provide a varied selection of healthy, nutritious food which helps our pupils to make the right choices and equips them with the energy to learn and develop; we are delighted to have been recognised for this ethos in the shape of this award.”

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