A Survey Of Teachers’ Views On School Meals

This report by the Children's Society reveals that huge numbers of children in poverty throughout the country are missing out on free school meals. As part of its campaign, the Children's Society worked with the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) to survey 570 teachers about their views on food in schools covering issues of free school meals, the levels of hunger in schools and the quality of school food. Leadership Briefing issue 7.08 (80)

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