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Old Mar 30th, 2017, 16:41 PM   11
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Luckily our school is pretty relaxed about this kind of thing. Dd3 has school dinners (they're free) and dd2 packed lunch. I always pack a treat i.e crisps, homemade cake, cereal bar, it differs, I don't see any difference than the dessert that is given with school meals?
Personally I don't give chocolate, our rules but chocolate and sweets are always after dinner and only once or twice a week. Other than that if I was to get a letter/note home about the 'treat' that they had taken in then without doubt they would be getting a note back, if they deem it acceptable to be giving out treats and desserts as part of they're healthy school meals then no way are they going to be telling me otherwise



 
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Luckily our school is pretty relaxed about this kind of thing. Dd3 has school dinners (they're free) and dd2 packed lunch. I always pack a treat i.e crisps, homemade cake, cereal bar, it differs, I don't see any difference than the dessert that is given with school meals?
Personally I don't give chocolate, our rules but chocolate and sweets are always after dinner and only once or twice a week. Other than that if I was to get a letter/note home about the 'treat' that they had taken in then without doubt they would be getting a note back, if they deem it acceptable to be giving out treats and desserts as part of they're healthy school meals then no way are they going to be telling me otherwise
I do the same as you. Normally my dd1 has a school lunch but there are 1 or two days a week (depending on the weeks menu) that she doesn't like the meal so she takes a packed lunch. I always include a 'treat' for her.

Her school is VERY relaxed. Kids take in those silly sour spray candy/roller things, skittles, chewits, you name it! Break time is the same, they eat whatever they like.
I'm assuming there are no allergies in her school at the moment either because they aren't banned from bringing anything specific (peanuts etc)



 
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