Variety served up daily
PASTA dishes, sweet and sour pork, curries and salads are on the menu in Swansea schools alongside traditional favourites like pizza, shepherd's pie and spaghetti bolognese.
New Welsh Government healthy eating guidelines have come into force throughout schools in Wales this month, which Swansea is meeting.
A primary school dinner involves a menu with two courses, a drink, fruit and bread and butter for £1.95.
Each school has a head chef, who reports to council catering manager Bet Jenkins.
She said: "We all know a good lunch is important to help young people recharge their batteries, be at their best for afternoon lessons, and ensure they get all their nutrients."