Renza Vermeulen, ARAMARK’s healthcare dietician for the Epsom and St Helier University Hospital Trust, and Doris Caesar, nutritionist and diet chef at St Helier Hospital, visited Victor Seymour Infants’ School to give pupils an insight into preparing healthy lunchbox treats.NHS trusts, strapped for cash, eh?
Clearly, not this one.
Val Carter, Corporate Responsibility Director, ARAMARK, said: "All 11 children’s workshops were a huge success.And we wonder why the NHS is haemorrhaging money, and children can't read and write...
"In groups, the children were asked to create their own version of the Food Standard Agency’s ‘eatwell plate’, which helped encourage them to eat a variety of foods including, fruit and vegetables, starchy foods, milk and dairy products, meat, fish, eggs and pulses, fats and sugars."
That is brilliant.
The kids were able to spell "f*ck off" in fish fingers and carrots. All is not lost...
"All 11 children’s workshops were a huge success"
Well she's hardly likely to say "All 11 children’s workshops were a miserable failure", is she? Got to justify her sinecure somehow.
"Yes, comrade, the Ukrainian tractor production statistics are truly magnificent...."
"The kids were able to spell "f*ck off" in fish fingers and carrots. "
"Well she's hardly likely to say "All 11 children’s workshops were a miserable failure", is she? Got to justify her sinecure somehow."
Indeed! And since when have we taken the deliverer's word that a project was successful?
Where's the evaluation?
Not that that can't be, ummm, 'directed' to give the result you want, mind.
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