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rubyloopy Tue 02-Sep-08 12:28:27

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2DaysTilSchoolThankGod Tue 02-Sep-08 12:30:38

tuck shop at the dc's school. healthy stuff only. NOT everyone has a snack there regularly. plus i am too mean to dole out 25p a day when there is perfectly good fruit in the fruitbowl they can take.

if they are v v good - they get tuck money. tis a treat, not a regular grin

(didn't think schools were allowed to sell crisps and "naughty" food??)

rubyloopy Tue 02-Sep-08 12:37:38

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mum2ds1 Tue 02-Sep-08 12:47:35

i give my ds a fruit bar called humzingers theres no crap in them they r gr8 he loves them and they come in a shiny wrapper so look more treaty than healthy
they r 100 % real fruit dried of course.
they come in different flavours
and you can get them in tesco
asda used to sell them but now do there own version not as many flavours though.

rubyloopy Tue 02-Sep-08 12:49:52

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bellavita Tue 02-Sep-08 13:02:39

There is a fruit scheme at our primary - you pay by the term, but I don't pay for it as we always have tons of fruit in our bowl at home which they take or rather DS1 did he has started secondary school today. DS2 is too busy getting the most out of his play time to eat.

The head would never in a million years have a tuckshop at our school.

HappyMummyOfOne Wed 03-Sep-08 22:04:02

Our dinner lady sells snacks at first break, these include fuit, toast, oatcakes, fruit juice etc. 40p a day buys toast and fresh juice, DS loves "toast time" break as he calls it. No sweets or crisps etc though.

The school provides fruit for the afternoon break. Not sure if that continues in Y1, forgot to ask.

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