A frustrated headteacher has exposed some of the awful packed lunches his pupils are sent to school with - including a crisp roll with two packets of crisps and a cold Happy Meal.
The primary school has clamped down on bad food for youngsters with a long list of guidelines parents' have to stick when bringing in packed lunches for pupils,
Now Jon Carthy the headteacher at Byron Primary School in Gillingham, Kent has exposed some of the lunches that have been uncovered.
In a school newsletter he wrote: 'Whilst extreme and funny to read on paper, I must make this clear THESE ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE examples of a balanced packed lunch.
'Children work very hard at school and a balanced meal at lunch time helps provide concentration for the afternoon.'
He reminded parents of government guidelines for packed lunches which includes one portion of fruit and vegetable/salad every day, meat, fish or a source of non-dairy protein, oily fish and starchy foods such as bread or pasta.
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