Meals at School

We provide a healthy, wholesome, organic morning tea and lunch every day for all children and staff. Meals are prepared with love and care in our own kitchen. Everyone sits down together to enjoy the good company and serving each other. We aim to ensure everyone is sufficiently and appropriately nourished throughout the school day to optimise their learning, engagement and sense of wellbeing. Our approach is based on healthy eating philosophies shared by many ancient and contemporary cultures worldwide. Our menu is readily digestible, pure and light.

Special Dietary Requirements

All dietary requirements are catered for, whether it be for allergies or intolerances or for spiritual reasons. We currently cater for gluten-free, legume-free, scallion-free, dairy-free and vegan students.

Banned Foods

At Erasmus Primary School, there are currently students who are at risk of anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is a severe, rapidly progressive allergic reaction that is potentially life threatening.

To reduce the risk of an anaphylactic reaction, known allergens are banned from the site and all school excursions.

The banned foods are:

  • nuts and nut products except almonds
  • kiwi fruit

Morning tea: Cheese and Chive Scones
Lunch: Farmers’ Plate – Freshly Baked Bread Rolls with Guacamole, Cheese, Pickled Beetroot and Salad Platter

Morning tea: Chocolate Brownie
Lunch: Pizza with ’Secret’ Sauce and Salad Platter

Morning tea: Anzac Biscuits
Lunch: Chinese Dumplings with Dipping Sauce Stir Fried Rice and Beans

Morning tea: Apricot Slice
Lunch: Arancini with Arrabiata Sauce, Italian Bean Salad, Cheesy Polenta and Salad

Morning tea: Cheese Biscuits
Lunch: Udon Stir Fried Noodles, Marinated Tofu and Steamed Broccoli

Morning tea: Cheese and polenta squares
Lunch: Ploughman’s lunch with freshly baked bread rolls, tasty dips and salads

Morning tea: Savoury scones (lightly buttered cheese and chive scones)
Lunch: Pasta with creamy golden sauce, basil pesto and green beans

Morning tea: Chocolate bickies (an Erasmus favourite!)
Lunch: A lightly spiced Middle Eastern pilaf with currants and slivered almonds, accompanied by a Moroccan harira (a lentil and chickpea dish cooked with carrot and mild Moroccan spices, in a tomato sauce, topped with fresh coriander).

Morning tea: Crispy crackers and delicious dips
Lunch: Minestrone soup with oven-baked focaccia

Morning tea: Choc orange truffles
Lunch: Dal makhani with basmati rice and lightly spiced stir-fry vegetables

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