The Feeding of School Children
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The Feeding of School Children

By M. E. Bulkley
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  • The Feeding of School Children
    • The Ratan Tata Foundation
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • CHAPTER I THE HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT FOR THE PROVISION OF SCHOOL MEALS
      • (a)—Provision by Voluntary Agencies.
      • (b)—The Organisation of the Voluntary Agencies.
      • (c)—The Demand for State Provision.
      • (d)—Provision by the Guardians.
      • (e)—The Education (Provision of Meals) Act.
    • CHAPTER II THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE EDUCATION (PROVISION OF MEALS) ACT
      • (a)—The Adoption of the Act.
      • (b)—Canteen Committees, their constitution and functions.
      • (c)—The Selection of the Children.
      • (d)—The Preparation and Service of the Meals.
        • (i) The Time of the Meal.
        • (ii) The Dietary.
        • (iii) Preparation and Distribution of the Meals.
        • (iv) The Service of the Meals.
      • (e)—The Provision of Meals during the Holidays.
      • (f)—The Provision for Paying Children and Recovery of the Cost.
      • (g)—Overlapping between the Poor Law and the Education Authorities.
      • (h)—The Provision of Meals at Day Industrial Schools and Special Schools.
      • (i)—The Underfed Child in Rural Schools.
      • Conclusions.
    • CHAPTER III THE PROVISION OF MEALS IN LONDON
      • (a)—The Organisation of the Voluntary Agencies.
      • (b)—The Assumption of Responsibility by the County Council.
      • (c)—The Extent of the Provision.
      • (d)—The Care Committee.
      • (e)—The Provision for Paying Children.
      • (f)—The Service of the Meals.
      • (g)—Overlapping with the Poor Law Authority.
      • APPENDIX EXAMPLES OF FEEDING CENTRES IN LONDON
        • (a)—School, visited October, 1913.
        • (b)—School, visited June, 1913.
        • (c)—Centre, visited May, 1913.
        • (d)—Centre, visited March, 1913.
        • (e)—Centre, visited June, 1913.
        • (f)—Centre, visited October, 1913.
    • CHAPTER IV THE EXTENT AND CAUSES OF MALNUTRITION
    • CHAPTER V THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL MEALS ON THE CHILDREN
    • CHAPTER VI THE EFFECT ON THE PARENTS
    • CHAPTER VII CONCLUSIONS
      • Summary of Conclusions
    • APPENDIX I EXAMPLES OF MENUS
      • (1) Bradford
        • Spring Dietary, 1913
      • (2) Leeds
        • Winter Dietary
        • Summer Dietary
      • (3) West Ham.
        • Winter Dietary.
      • (4) Acton.
      • (5) London.
        • Winter Menu.
        • Summer Menu.
        • Dinners for Infants
      • (6) Grassington (Yorkshire)
        • Sample Menus[545]
    • APPENDIX II THE PROVISION OF MEALS IN SCOTLAND
    • APPENDIX III THE PROVISION OF MEALS ABROAD
      • (a) France
        • (i) The Cantines Scolaires in Paris
        • (ii) Provision in other French Towns.
      • (b) Switzerland
      • (c) Italy
      • (d) Germany
      • (e) Austria
      • (f) Belgium
      • (g) Holland
      • (h) Denmark
      • (i) Norway
      • (j) Sweden
      • (k) United States of America
    • INDEX
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