Hungry for Success - A Whole School Approach to School Meals in Scotland:

DescriptionFinal Report of the Expert Panel on School Meals
ISBN0-7559-0701-9
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateFebruary 19, 2003

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Hungry for Success
A Whole School Approach to School Meals in Scotland

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Final Report of the Expert Panel on School Meals
NOVEMBER 2002

Please note that the nutritional standards set out in Hungry for Success 2003 have been superseded by the 2008 Regulations

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Contents

CHAIRMAN'S FOREWORD
UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES, KEY RECOMMENDATIONS AND GUIDING RECOMMENDATIONS
SECTION 1: THE EXPERT PANEL ON SCHOOL MEALS
Introduction
Our Remit
Related Issues
Methodology
Context of Our Work
Our Vision
SECTION 2: CONTEXT OF SCHOOL MEALS IN SCOTLAND
Background
School Meal Provision
School Meals and Compulsory Competitive Tendering
Nutritional Outcomes
International Context
SECTION 3: SCOTTISH NUTRIENT STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES
Introduction
Eating for Health
Menu Planning by Food Group
Portion Sizes
Product Specifications
Drinking Water
Food and Drink Choices
Special Diets and Allergies
Children and Young People with Special Needs
Scottish Nutrient Standards for School Lunches
SECTION 4: ELIMINATING STIGMA AND IMPROVING THE PRESENTATION OF SCHOOL MEALS
Introduction
Our Vision and Principles
Principle 1: Positive School/Whole Child Ethos
Principle 2: Partnership Working
Principle 3: Pupil Consultation
Principle 4: Eliminating Stigma
Principle 5: Managing the Process
Principle 6: Influencing Choice
Principle 7: Incentives to Improve Uptake of School Lunches
SECTION 5: IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING STRATEGY
Implementation
Monitoring
SECTION 6: OTHER RELEVANT FACTORS
Introduction
Food Provision in Schools
Other Significant Issues
ANNEXES
A: Panel Membership
B: Education Authority Visits
C: Discussion Workshop
D: Practical Guidance for Schools and Caterers
E: National Priorities for Education
F: Implementation Plan
G: Quality Indicators
H: Response to Consultation: Water Supplies in Public Buildings
I: Costing of Recommendations
J: References