'Quite a lot of parents expressed dismay at the lack of consultation,' she said.
'Everyone was surprised. There was a lot of concern about whether deciding on a child's diet was the domain of a childcare provider.'Why are you surprised? Don't you read the news? Aren't you aware that the streak of control freakery runs deep through the educational system these days?
It's hardly surprising it's now extending to nurseries.
The nursery, which caters for children aged two to five years, has since apologised to parents and has decided to compromise with vegetarian dishes.Some 'compromise'. But unless parents vote with their feet, these little Hitlers (literally!) will continue with their arrogance:
It comes after a nursery in Cheshire slammed by angry parents after becoming one of the first in Britain to introduce a totally vegan menu.
Jigsaw Day Nurseries in Chester is set to introduce the new menu from January, removing meat, fish, eggs and dairy products and adopting an entirely plant-based diet for its 260 children, aged 0-4.It's no good just complaining - remove your child, and they'll soon have to stop.
Claire Taylor, founder of the nurseries, which is Chester's largest private childcare provider, defended the decision which she says was 'made with the children and the planet's future in mind.'What was it C S Lewis said again? How right he was....