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Hospital Education

Hospital Schoolroom, Cygnet Wing
Bedford NHS Trust,
Kempston Road,
Bedford MK42 9DJ
Telephone Number 01234 408456

Secondary Provision

Manor Drive, Kempston
Bedford MK42 7AB
Telephone Number 01234 408477

Primary Provision

Chestnut Avenue, Bromham
Bedford MK43 8HP
Telephone Number 01234 889320

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Healthy Schools / School Meals

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Greys Education Centre recently obtained Healthy schools certification in recognition of our efforts to deliver the Healthy Schools initiative.  The PSHE curriculum addresses healthy eating and behaviours at all key stages and this is further reinforced in science lessons. 

The school meal helps to contain the right balance of food and nutrients to help the body develop and grow.  At Greys Education Centre, we offer breakfast to all of our pupils.  A choice of low sugar cereals, toast with preserves, water, milk, tea or coffee.

We offer a choice of a healthy and well-balanced lunch.  Where possible we make our meals from scratch including grilling and baking so we can ensure a low salt and fat content.  We also steam our vegetables to keep the loss of vitamins to a minimum. 

The pupils can also choose from salads, jacket potato with a selection of fillings, pasta or a sandwich.  The meal also includes a pudding, yoghurt or fruit. 

We also cater for special dietary needs (religious or medical).

We hope the pupils take advantage of our meals as healthy eating improves concentration levels which will improve grades.  They will also have more energy to take part in physical education lessons and be less likely to catch colds and infections.

Lynne Darlow
Kitchen Manager





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