Dining @ Hillstone
The smart choice for lunch and more
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We have been recognised with national awards on three occasions showing that the work we do here to improve our children’s lives is innovative and successful.
We follow the school food standards which apply across the whole school day from breakfast to after school club and includes the food bought in to school, lunch boxes etc. Our menu runs for three weeks and is balanced across the three weeks.
What if Food was a key pillar of learning in all schools?
In the Food Environments: What If? blog series we’ll be looking at real life examples of the way in which the food environment could be changed to facilitate better food choices and ask the question “what if it was different?”
Birmingham at the table.
Chef Matthew Knight welcomes Councilor Paulette Hamilton & food activist Yumna Hussen in his kitchen….at Hillstone Primary School! Together they will share a meal and discuss the key priorities for Birmingham: bringing good food into schools, promoting the diversity of food cultures, and growing a food movement, through action from local communities to international partnerships like Food Cities 2022. Discover the Birmingham Food Revolution! Video produced in partnership with The Food Foundation as part of their Food Cities 2022 Learning Partnership
Veg Power On Tour
Eat them to defeat them campaign. Representatives from the campaign have visited us to see how the campaign is going here. They were at breakfast club to see the activities we do there, spoken to our SNAG group then facilitated three of our pupils filming and presenting the pop-up market.
In The News
ITV filming at the school
Vegetables grown by the children in our allotment and served at lunch time.
Fresh fruit served at break time
Pre-booking Breakfast Club is essential
Tuck in to tea time treats at our after school club
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