Is it me? My 10 year old daughter goes to xxxx Primary School in xxxxx, West Sussex, and has taken a balanced lunch box to school since she was 4 years old - she tends to have a chicken sandwich, yoghurt, baked (low fat) crisps, apple or banana and a chocolate bar (usually a Penguin). I now read on the school newsletter, "I am writing to remind you that we do NOT permit sweets or chocolate bars in your children's lunch boxes."My instinctive reaction as a parent has to be that a sentence should be made from the following words: Off, idiots, sod, bloody, you.
My daughter is a fit child who is absolutely the correct weight for her height. What the hell gives the school the right to demand what goes in our child's lunch box?
Of course, they ripped the kitchens out of this school years ago.
Monday, February 25, 2008
Craziness in our schools?
Apologies for the lack posting today, I have been otherwise engaged without a decent Internet connection. However now that I am fully online I have just read the following over at Iain Dale's blog.
Posted by dizzy at 2/25/2008 10:27:00 pm