St. Andrew’s, Turi

Fisi

Village Elder
#1
turimenu.jpg Menu for the whole week- Sasa hii ni shule ama ni hoteli

Monday: For breakfast-Cereals, fresh juice, fried eggs, grilled tomato, baked beans and toast.

For lunch, they are treated to roast chicken with lemon and ginger maxim potato, veggie moussaka and chocolate mousse.

For dinner, Beef lasagna and ginger bread, matoke, grilled veggie and fruits.

Tuesday: Waffles n’ syrup, Cereals, Baked beans, Berry yoghurt, Fresh Fruits and Toast.

Lunch is paneer kebabs, fish and chips, pineapple crumble with vanilla custard sauce.

For supper, the students have Chinese style Pork fillet served with pasta, leek n’ potato pie and fruit salad.

Wednesday: Bacon, Grilled tomato, Cereals, Fresh fruits, Baked beans and Toast for breakfast while Braised beef and Eggplant n’ cheese frittata and Fruit kebabs are served with rice for lunch.

Dinner is Turkey tagine served with pita bread, Black bean casserole and fruits.

Thursday: Chipolatas, Grilled tomato, Cereals, Fresh fruits, Baked beans and Toast for breakfast

Chicken drumsticks served with Lyonnaise potato, Creamy spinach bake and Ice cream make up lunch.

Supper includes Beef bourguignon served with chapatti, Mushroom stroganoff and Fruits.

Friday: Pancakes n’ syrup, Cereals, Fresh fruits, Baked beans and Toast. Lunch: Jacket potatoes with various fillings Pavlova.

Supper: Grilled chicken with fried rice, Root vegetable, casserole and Fruits.

Saturday: French toast, Cereals, Baked beans, Fresh juice and Toast for breakfast.

Lunch is made up of Meat balls n’ spaghetti with cheese, Bean ragout and Jelly. Baked fish with turmeric, fried rice, Dhal masala and fruits make up dinner.

Sunday: Cereals, Fresh juice, Toast, Baked beans and Tea /coffee for breakfast.

Supper entails Burgers n’ chips, Veggie pizza’s with coleslaw salad and fruits.

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spear

Village Sponsor
#5
Lanes, here the parents have no problem with money so paying fees is not an issue. Whats the issue for them is school performance, school history/tradition and if it matches their current high class lifestyle. Part of it is their kids get gourmet food in school just as they do at home. Secondly this schools are good for a section of our rich upper class. Their parents are swamped by work or business such that at most times they are gone for weeks or months leaving the kids alone with staff and nannies. Such kids do well in a mix setup boarding school growing up with other kids. Over the holidays they can do a trip with parents. You can be shocked some kids stay over during the holidays to go to school trips than go home and be alone.
 

Ka-Buda

Village Elder
#13
Corruption and Mismanagement of government funds over the years makes us believe that this is something so amazing. In most European countries this is the standard menu in any government Day school and it's Free!
How come during the Moi era we were guaranteed a packet of milk twice a week plus free stationary,trips etc...
Greed, Corruption and Mismanagement will be the death of us Africans.
 

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