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Week 3 Menu wc March 18th
Week 1 Menu wc March 25th
Week 2 Menu wc April 01st

Children (12months to 5 years)
BREAKFAST
Wholemeal toast with margarine
Choice of cereal
Porridge, Weetabix, Malted wheats *2, 7

SNACK
Breadsticks and sliced apple *2
Milk or water to drink

MAIN COURSE
Pork sausages (or quorn™ *2, 4) with yorkshire pudding, new potatoes and green beans in gravy *4, 7

SECOND COURSE
Rice pudding with dried apricots *7, 14 or fresh fruit

TEA
Mexican bean and cheese wraps *2, 7
Fresh fruit or vegetables
Milk or water to drink

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Babies (6-12months)
BREAKFAST (7-12 months)
Porridge, cereal or *wholemeal toast *2, 7

LUNCH (stage 1-6 months puree foods)
Green beans and spinach

LUNCH (stage 7-12 months)
Pork sausages (or quorn™ *2, 4) with *yorkshire puddings and green beans *4, 7

SECOND COURSE (6-9 months)
*Seasonal soft fruit chopped or sliced

SECOND COURSE (10-12 months)
Rice pudding*7 or *fresh fruit

TEA (can be finely chopped)
Mexican bean and cheese brown rice * 2
*Fresh fruit or veggie sticks

Children (12months to 5 years)
BREAKFAST
Wholemeal toast with margarine
Choice of cereal
Porridge, Weetabix, Cornflakes *2, 7

SNACK
Cheese and pineapple sticks *7
Milk or water to drink

MAIN COURSE
Chicken (or chickpea) and brown rice jambalaya with broccoli & sweetcorn

SECOND COURSE
Seasonal mixed fruit platter with natural yoghurt *7

TEA
Tuna pasta bake *5
Fresh fruit or vegetables
Milk or water to drink

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Babies (6-12months)
BREAKFAST (7-12 months)
Porridge, cereal or *wholemeal toast *2, 7

LUNCH (stage 1-6 months puree foods)
Broccoli and sweetcorn

LUNCH (stage 7-12 months)
Chicken (or chickpea) and brown rice jambalaya with *broccoli and sweetcorn

SECOND COURSE (6-9 months)
*Seasonal soft fruit chopped or sliced

SECOND COURSE (10-12 months)
*Seasonal mixed fruit platter with natural yoghurt *7

TEA (can be finely chopped)
Curried carrot and lentil soup with *wholemeal pitta fingers *2
*Fresh fruit or vegetables

 

Children (12months to 5 years)
BREAKFAST
Wholemeal toast with margarine
Choice of cereal
Porridge, Weetabix, Cornflakes *2, 7

SNACK
Carrot and peppers with houmous *12
Milk or water to drink

MAIN COURSE
Cottage (or vegetable) pie served with peas and cauliflower *7

SECOND COURSE
Raspberry sponge *2, 4
Fresh fruit

TEA
Wholemeal sandwich thins with mixed savoury fillings *2, 7
Fresh fruit or vegetables
Milk or water to drink

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Babies (6-12months)
BREAKFAST (7-12 months)
Porridge, cereal or *wholemeal toast * 2,7

LUNCH (stage 1-6 months puree foods)
Cauliflower and peas

LUNCH (stage 7-12 months)
Cottage (or vegetable) pie served with peas and *cauliflower *7

SECOND COURSE (6-9 months)
*Seasonal soft fruit chopped or sliced

SECOND COURSE (10-12 months)
*Bananas and custard *7

TEA (can be finely chopped)
*Sandwich thin fingers with mixed savoury fillings *2, 7
*Fresh fruit or vegetables

Children (12months to 5 years)
BREAKFAST
Wholemeal toast with margarine
Choice of cereal
Porridge, Weetabix, Malted wheats *2, 7

SNACK
Cucumber and sliced grapes
Milk or water to drink

MAIN COURSE
Salmon (or vegetable and lentil) puff pastry pie served with peas *2, 5, 7

SECOND COURSE
Cheese sticks, apple slices and crackers *7

TEA
Tomato and basil wholemeal pasta *2
Fresh fruit or vegetables
Milk or water to drink

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Babies (6-12months)
BREAKFAST (7-12 months)
Porridge, cereal or *wholemeal toast * 2,7

LUNCH (stage 1-6 months puree foods)
Runner beans and red peppers

LUNCH (stage 7-12 months)
Salmon (or vegetable and lentil) puff pastry
pie served with peas *2, 5, 7

SECOND COURSE (6-9 months)
*Seasonal soft fruit chopped or sliced

SECOND COURSE (10-12 months)
*Cheese sticks and cooked apple slices *7

TEA (can be finely chopped)
Tomato and basil wholemeal *pasta * 2
*Fresh fruit or vegetables

Children (12months to 5 years)
BREAKFAST
Wholemeal toast with margarine
Choice of cereal
Porridge, Weetabix, Cornflakes *2, 7

SNACK
Mini rice cakes and cheese spread *7
Milk or water to drink

MAIN COURSE
Morroccan lamb (or mixed beans) served with cous cous and carrots *2

SECOND COURSE
Fruit yoghurts *2, 4
Fresh fruit sticks

TEA
Warm cheese and ham wholemeal toasties *2, 7
Fresh fruit or vegetables
Milk or water to drink

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Babies (6-12months)
BREAKFAST (7-12 months)
Porridge, cereal or *wholemeal toast * 2,7

LUNCH (stage 1-6 months puree foods)
Carrot and sweet potato

LUNCH (stage 7-12 months)
Moroccon lamb (or mixed beans) served with cous cous and *carrot batons *2

SECOND COURSE (6-9 months)
*Seasonal soft fruit chopped or sliced

SECOND COURSE (10-12 months)
Fruit yoghurts * 7 or fresh fruit sticks

TEA (can be finely chopped)
Warm cheese and ham *toastie fingers *2, 7
*Fresh fruit or vegetables

About
Berkeley Gardens Day Nursery is the second Nursery to follow from Forbury Gardens. It opened in July 2011, and is located in Reading. We received a 5 star rating from Reading Borough Council for food safety and a silver award from Chiltern Training Ltd for continuous support for our staff training towards their Diplomas in Professional Childcare.
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Aims
We provide a safe, secure, welcoming and happy environment for children. Please take a look at our aims and objectives, staying safe, being healthy, enjoying and achieving. The children have the opportunity to engage in lots of activities throughout the day. This will ensure that the children’s interests and learning are extended and developed.
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Early Years
We observe daily and assess every child’s needs and development. This is recorded in their personal progress portfolio and shared with the parents. It is important for children of this age to receive continuity of care between nursery and home therefore the nursery staff will ensure your child’s familiar routine is maintained.
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