We are absolutely firm in our belief that children thrive when they are fed healthy, nutritious, wholesome food. Our focus is on seasonal, fresh, local produce. Becky is our Food Coordinator and she has created a carefully balanced menu that makes sure that the children have something homemade to eat every day.
Where we can we will have children cooking on the fire themselves and we are lucky that our forest environment has an abundance of produce from blackberries to wild garlic that we can forage for. During the winter months, warming soups and casseroles are served and in summer we love to enjoy a picnic in the meadows. Every six weeks we hold a campfire cooking week where the children will have the opportunity to cook themselves snacks fresh on the fire. These range from homemade bread to popcorn and so much more. If your child has any dietary requirements please do let us know and we will do our very best to accommodate them.
5/5 FOOD HYGIENE RATING
Little Foxes Forest School was awarded a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 (Very Good) Bristol City Council for both our HQ food preparation area and our woodland camp cooking area in 2019.
GOOD FOOD = GOOD MOOD
Snack: Oat cakes and warm natural fruit tea.
Lunch: Lizzie's homemade leek and potato soup with bread twists cooked by children over the fire.
Pudding: Warm rice pudding served with stewed fruit
Snack: Tasty rice cakes and warm natural fruit tea.
Lunch: Hearty cheesy courgette pasta bake
Pudding: Baked on the fire fresh orange sponge cake
Snack: Twisty giant bread sticks and warm natural fruit tea.
Lunch: Warming vegetable ratatouille served with cous cous
Pudding: granola flapjack with oats, dried fruit and seeds. Fresh blueberries