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Following the announcement by the Slovenian Government that all schools will close from Monday, 16th March, the British International School of Ljubljana has taken the decision to close the school premises from Monday 16th March 2020 and move to online learning. Our admissions team remains available to discuss enrolment so please don’t hesitate to contact us.

School Lunch

Our school lunch providers are Super Catering d.o.o.

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Super Catering are a company with a strong vision and mission to prepare and serve high quality food of excellent flavours in interesting combinations and special arrangements. They only prepare meals using the best ingredients from local suppliers. Their mission is to only use seasonal, fresh and healthy foods without artificial flavour enhancers and additives. In the kitchen, Super Catering stick to the principle of using food with as little waste as possible. Super Catering are committed to working together with parents, students, staff and the school to provide the best service possible.

It was highly informative and interesting to tour Super Catering's state-of-the-art facilities to see where all the school lunches are made and the care they take over planning, sourcing, preparing and cooking the meals.

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School lunch is served every day, offering a healthy selection of meals, including a vegetarian choice daily.

Parents required to pre-order for the month ahead, the menu is also sent out via email.

Snack

During break times, students can have a healthy snack, which they bring from home. For the safety of our students, we have a strict 'no nuts' policy at school.

Suitable snacks for morning break include: sandwiches, cubes of cheese, fruit, cereal bars, savourybiscuits, small pieces of cooked meat, chopped carrots/cucumber/cherry tomatoes, small plain cake, small tubs of yogurt (in cooler weather), juice or water.

Please do not allow your children to bring the following: sweets (candy) or chocolate; nuts (because of allergies of other students); food that needs to be reheated or refrigerated; canned or bottled drinks (for safety reasons); sugary or energy drinks.

Fresh fruit is available for students during the day too.

School Life Lunch And Breaks