The mother will take the daughter out of school: Refuses meat-free days

Mother Kerry Jones, who works as a farmer, is definitely not happy with her daughter's school, they are going to run a menu without meat every Monday. It tel

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
19 September 2019 Thursday 20:00
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The mother will take the daughter out of school: Refuses meat-free days

Mother Kerry Jones, who works as a farmer, is definitely not happy with her daughter's school, they are going to run a menu without meat every Monday.

It tells the furious woman for North Wales Live.

- It seems like school just trying to stop it here down the throat of us, she says to the media.

It is according to the school pupils themselves have come up with the idea of a meat-free day to the climate project.

- If you would like to create awareness about the climate, why not just do it by holding 'papirfri days' or a 'car free day', ask Kerry Jones.

She does not understand that if the school goes so much up in the climate, why they still send out letters to the parents instead of the e-mail.

- It seems that people always have to let it go out over the farmers.

the Menu on Monday, according to the school include dishes with green curry, potato foccacia, quesadilla without the meat and pie without meat.

Kerry Jones says that she is not the only parent who is angry over the idea with a menu without meat.

the Farmer from north Wales explains in depth why she is against the proposal.

- As a farmer I am in the very early, and I don't really want to stand and smear the sandwiches the day before. On those cold winter days, I would like to be sure that she gets a good meal in the school, which provides her with energy. And I am in favour of freedom of expression, but shouldn't there be an option for children to choose whether they want meat or not.

According to the mother, her daughter Tilly asked if she can get the sandwich with in the school on days when there is no meat.

the School holds, however, that one day shall be without meat, because they believe that it is with to make a part for the climate and to teach the children about what is happening with the pace of change in the world.

the Initiative must also promote a healthier lifestyle for the students.

It told Claire Homard, who is the head of education and youth.

the Headmistress has chosen to do this in order to focus on a healthy diet, and it is in no way used to promote a lifestyle as a vegetarian, vegan or anything else.

Updated: 19.09.2019 20:00
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