Bayside Park Early Education Centre - 16 Weippin St, Cleveland  Qld  4163


MEALS
 
BPEEC IS A
EGG AND NUT-FREE ZONE!

Bayside Park Early Education Centre offers a varied lunch menu to children in each Activity Room, however parents are asked to provide a piece of fruit for Morning Tea, which is complimented with the option of yoghurt or custard each day.  All meals are nutritionally balanced and prepared fresh on our premises by our Centre Cook. 
 
The Centre operates a 6-week rotating Menu with dishes that consist of Chicken, Fish, Red Meat, Pasta, Rice and Vegetables.  Afternoon Tea consists of fruit, and sandwiches with a variety of fillings including cheese, ham, avocado and vegemite.  
 
Drinks offered are milk and water (Fruit juice is not offered due to high sugar content).  Please advise staff if your child has any special dietary requirements or food allergies, so that we can endeavour to meet their individual needs.  Those families with children who have specific dietary requirements may be asked to provide suitable foods for their children which can be used in conjunction with foods provided by the Centre, and to ensure that these foods are clearly labelled with their child’s name.


 
The Centre is a member of Nutrition Australia and Coelia Australia, our Staff attend Food Safety Training, and our Centre Kitchen is operates under an Accredited Food Safety Program which is monitored by the Redland City Council.

Please click on the PDF Link below to view our current Menu.

2017 Revised Menu.pdf (PDF — 1 MB)








WE ASK THAT YOU RESPECT OUR CENTRE POLICY IN REGARDS TO CHILDREN'S SAFETY, HEALTH AND NUTRITION, AND THAT YOU DO NOT BRING UNNECESSARY FOOD ITEMS TO THE CENTRE..

PLEASE NOTE:  BREAKFAST  FINISHES STRICTLY AT 7.00am

You may send along breakfast foods for your children, however please remember that as Morning Tea is provided at 9.30am, children having breakfast at the Centre must be seated at the Breakfast Table no later than 7am.  PLEASE DO NOT SEND ALONG ANY PRODUCTS CONTAINING/IN CONTACT WITH NUTS OR EGGS, AS THESE WILL POSE A HEALTH & SAFETY RISK TO OUR CHILDREN WITH ANAPHYLAXIS.

  • Fresh Fruit
  • Bread/Toast/Muffins
  • Porridge/Oats
  • Weet-bix

Fruit & Vegetable Platter