Oftsted have just released two reports in reaction to concerns about school meals (Crown Copyright 2006):
Healthy eating in schools,
a small scale survey into the quality of school meals.
A second report, Food technology in secondary schools,
confirms that pupils spend too little time learning how to cook
nutritious meals and too much time on written work. It also highlights
confusion about whether food should be taught as a life skill or as a
medium for teaching design and technology.
Read more: 14 March 2006:Ofsted Reports on School Food