Notice No.122/2023- 24

K.G. - Class V

Dear Parents,

We are proud to inform you that from December onwards, our students of Class V will curate a menu for the Primary Section of our school. After much research, discussion and planning, the young learners have chalked out a menu for the first time, keeping in mind the nutritional requirements and appeal to the taste buds. Please follow it from Monday, 04.12.2023.





  •Vegetable poha (flattened rice)

  Fruit salad


Vegetable poha keeps our gut health in check since it is easy to digest. It is loaded with iron.

Fruit salads are packed with vitamins and minerals. They are delicious, boost our immune system and improve digestion.

Almonds are a good source of Vitamin E.


  Paneer paratha roll with tomato ketchup.

  Cucumber sticks

  Puffed rice with groundnuts

Paneer paratha can be a great protein-rich breakfast to begin the day with.                                        

Cucumber helps in hydration. 

Groundnuts are crunchy and  a rich source of protein.


  Vegetable vermicelli


  Cashews & pistachios

Vegetable vermicelli has a high fibre content and is easy to digest.                                                                      

Bananas are a good source of nutrients. The good news is that they have no fat.

Cashews & pistachios are rich in nutrients, important for energy production, brain health, immunity and bone health.


  Idly with coconut chutney


  Deseeded dates

Idly is tasty, rich in both carbohydrates and proteins.

Fresh coconut has natural oils and fats important for bone health and a glowing skin.

Oranges are a rich source of vitamin C and prevent scurvy.

Dates are a great source of iron and satisfy our craving for sweets.


  Masala jowar (millet) paratha with pickle

  Roasted Fox Nuts (makhanas)


Millets are rich in protein and fibre.

Pickles are also a good source of   vitamins like Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Vitamin K.

Fox Nuts are a good source of calcium and have a high fibre content.

Sandesh is a delightful dessert that can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a healthy diet.

Food & Agriculture Organisation and United Nations have recognised 2023 as the International Year of Millets. 


Please note:

  • The quantity of the food packed should be appropriate to the appetite of your child.
  • A napkin must be carried to school daily.
  • Fork/ spoon should be carried every day.
  • Packaged food items should not be sent.
  • Minimum oil should be used.
  • It is advisable to give an extra tiffin to the students on club activity days.





  • 1½ cup jowar flour
  • ¾ cup wheat flour
  • 2 tbsp chopped onions
  • 4 tbsp chopped palak / spinach
  • 4 tbsp chopped methi / fenugreek leaves
  • 2 tbsp chopped coriander
  • 1 carrot, grated
  • 2 tbsp boiled and mashed potato
  • 1 tsp chilli powder
  • ½ tsp cumin powder
  • ½ tsp turmeric
  • ½ tsp garam masala
  • 2 tbsp sesame
  • ¾ tsp salt
  • water, for kneading
  • ghee, for roasting



     •  Take a large mixing bowl, add all the ingredients and mix well.

     •  Add water as required to knead a smooth and soft dough.

     •  Roll into thick parathas

     • Roast the rolled paratha using ghee on a hot griddle for a minute.

     •  Enjoy the jowar paratha with curd/ raita and pickle.

Yours truly,

Mrs. V. Panja