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    Feb

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    Feb

    Research Plan

    Research Plan

    Group 2 will conduct a research about the Far Eastern Unviersity’s Canteen Management. This will be possible through the help of the students and the employees of the said university.

    This research will help the whole institution to have a better service for a great satisfaction, and that’s the main goal of this sector for sure.

    The party will have a survey to know the common reactions, suggestions and comments of the respondents. Questions will be realated of course to the topic itself.

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    Here is the schedule, for the month of February, that the group will be following:

    February. 10, 2010 - Planning for the construction of questionnaires and distributing the responsibilities for the group.

    February. 15, 2010 - Disseminating of the questionnaires to the students and staffs.

    February. 17, 2010 - Discussing about the results of the survey. Planning for the paper work itself and again, distributing the responsibilities for the group.

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    15
    Feb

    Personally Written Procedures

    FIRST. Decide what topic the group will do for the research project.

    SECOND. Gather as many informations as you can.

    THIRD. Choose the articles that is really related to the topic.

    FOURTH. Meet your groupmates to discuss the topic.

    FIFTH. Organize the topics that has been gathered.

    SIXTH. Summarize all the articles to make it simple but comprehensive.

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    Feb

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  5. 3
    8
    Feb

    Research Plan

    Group 2 will conduct a research about the Far Eastern Unviersity’s canteen management. This will be possible through the help of the students and the employees of the said university.

    The party will have a survey to know the common reactions, suggestions and comments of the respondents. Questions will be realated of course to the topic itself.

    ______________________________________________________

    Here is the schedule, for the month of February, that the group will be following:

    February. 10, 2010 - Planning for the construction of questionnaires and distributing the responsibilities for the group.

    February. 15, 2010 - Disseminating of the questionnaires to the students and staffs.

    February. 17, 2010 - Discussing about the results of the survey. Planning for the paper work itself and again, distributing the responsibilities for the group.

  6. 8
    Feb

    Why Focus on School Canteens?

    Schools are ideal settings to educate about healthy food choices and physical activity. School canteens can provide a substantial proportion of a child’s daily nutritional intake if both lunch and snacks are regularly purchased from the school canteen. The school canteen provides the means by which children and adolescents can put into practice the nutrition messages they are being taught in the classroom. The canteen can model healthier food choices that are tasty, interesting and affordable. This can influence food choices at school and in the wider community.

  7. 8
    Feb

    Food Safety and Hygiene in the Canteen

    All canteens have a responsibility to provide safe food. Safe food means that it is prepared, cooked, transported and served in such a way as to retain nutrients, and to minimise bacterial contamination and growth. Handling food poorly can cause food poisoning. It can also reduce the quality of the food being served. In this section you will find everything you need to know on food safety and hygiene in the school canteen. 

  8. 8
    Feb

    Setting the Canteen’s Direction

    A healthy school community looks at the whole school environment and all aspects of school life. It considers not just the conditions it provides for students, but also those it provides for teachers, staff, parents and visitors to the school. It looks at all its policies and procedures as a whole and aims for these to have the best possible impact on health. Learning about good nutrition in the classroom will have little impact unless school canteens and other relevant school activities focus on healthy foods and promote them as tasty and enjoyable.

    The school canteen is also a valuable part of the school community that is usually expected to generate some revenue for the school. There are many questions that must be answered if the canteen is to manage itself effectively:

    1. How should the canteen support a healthy food agenda endorsed by the school community?
    2. What profit should the canteen make?
    3. How much of the canteen’s profit should be returned to the school, and how much should be reinvested in improving the canteen’s service?
    4. Should the canteen look beyond its traditional ’customers’ - the students - to find other markets? These could include staff, parents and visitors using the school grounds for functions and conferences, or the surrounding community.

    These are questions that your school community must discuss and decide upon. A model on how a school community can arrive at their own vision for their school canteen, and how they can oversee their canteen to ensure the vision is realised, can be seen in the  ‘Canteen Policy Development’  and ‘Canteen Committee’ sections.

  9. 8
    Feb

    Sample Canteen Policy

    Canteen Policy of School

    Rationale

    Our school canteen provides healthier food choices for students in the school canteen menu that reflect the Australian Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents.

    Our school canteen supports the Fresh Tastes @ School NSW Healthy School Canteen Strategy which was developed from the Prevention of Obesity in Children and Young People: Government Action Plan 2003-2007 and recognizes that schools are an ideal setting to educate about healthy food choices and physical activity.

    Our school canteen provides the means by which children and adolescents can put into practice the nutrition messages they are being taught in the classroom. The canteen can model healthier food choices that are tasty, interesting and affordable. This can influence food choices at school and in the wider community.

    The school canteen will aim to:

    • Encourage the development of good eating habits consistent with the Australian Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents.
    • Provide a variety of food and drinks consistent with the Fresh Tastes @ School NSW Healthy School Canteen Strategy.
    • Provide an enjoyable, nutritious and attractively presented selection of food and drink at reasonable prices.
    • Develop an appreciation of the social, ethnic and cultural aspects of foods, as well as the nutritional aspects.
    • Provide students with practical learning experiences about making healthy food choices that reinforce classroom teaching on nutrition.
    • Function as an efficient business enterprise.
    • Demonstrate high standards of food safety and hygiene in relation to the preparation, storage and serving of food at the canteen consistent with the national Food Standards Code.
    • Provide an opportunity for the school community to participate in decisions concerning the operation of the school canteen through the canteen committee.
    • Encourage courtesy and consideration among all personnel using canteen facilities.
    • Provide an opportunity for parent and community involvement in children’s education environment.
    • Provide a financial contribution towards resources for all students in the school.

    Distribution of the Policy Document

    • A current copy of this policy and supporting documents will be on permanent display in the school canteen.
    • A copy of the current canteen policy that has been signed and dated will be given to all canteen committee members at the first canteen committee meeting following the parent body annual general meeting.

    Administration

    • The ‘sponsoring body’ shall be the parent body committee or the Principal.
    • The sponsoring body will manage the school canteen through a canteen committee.
      The canteen committee will be responsible for operating the canteen in accordance with this policy and its supporting documents.
    • The canteen committee will present a report to each general meeting of the sponsoring body (if applicable).
    • The committee chairperson shall present a written report and the auditor’s report to the annual general meeting of the sponsoring body (if applicable).
    • The sponsoring body must approve all canteen capital purchases exceeding $500 by a majority vote at a general meeting, prior to purchase.

    The sponsoring body shall have the right to re-organise, disband or close the committee. Such decisions are to be supported by majority vote at a general or special meeting. The school community must be given at least seven days notice in writing. Notice of motion for action must be given in writing, to the secretary of the sponsoring body, and must be signed by 5 financial members of the sponsoring body.

    Principal Managed Canteen

    In cases where a change in the method of control is proposed by the Principal, the Principal shall inform the parent body of their intention and afford its members an opportunity for full discussion with him/her. Where agreement cannot be reached by this means, the parties concerned shall have the right to present their case to the next highest authority.

    Leased Managed Canteen

    The school canteen agreement entered into between the lease-holder and the school is to be consistent with the principles recorded in the school’s canteen policy.

    Gifts/Concessions

    All discounts, allowances, complimentary articles, gifts, concessions and the proceeds thereof from any supplier of goods or services, directly or indirectly, to the canteen shall remain the property of the canteen and be properly recorded and later accounted for at the time of stocktaking.

    Alterations to this Policy

    This policy shall not be added to, or amended, except at the annual general meeting of the sponsoring body, or a special meeting thereof (called for that purpose), and then only with the approval of the majority of those present who are entitled to vote.

    This policy will be reviewed annually by the canteen committee/Principal and suggested amendments will be forwarded to the sponsoring body at least one month prior to the sponsoring body’s annual general meeting.

    Registration

    We the undersigned, hereby certify that this policy was adopted at the annual general meeting of the sponsoring body held on

    _______________________________________________________________

    Secretary: _______________________________________________________

    Sponsoring body: _________________________________________________

    President: _______________________________________________________

    Sponsoring body: _________________________________________________

    Principal: ________________________________________________________

    Canteen committee representative: ___________________________________

  10. 8
    Feb

    Why Food Matters at School

    1. The school canteen is an integral part of the school and it should support and complement classroom programs. It should not mimic the ‘corner store’ or local ‘take-away’.

    2. Nutrition is important to health throughout life. It is particularly important at times of rapid growth and development, which include the school years.

    3. The school canteen can provide a substantial proportion of a child’s daily nutritional intake, especially if both lunch and snacks are purchased regularly.

    4. In spite of our abundance of food and comparative affluence there is a lot of evidence associating health problems and disease with the diet pattern of Australians.  Poor dental health, overweight, obesity, underweight, poor physical fitness, constipation, high levels of fatty substances in the blood and elevated blood pressure are associated with diet and these conditions have been identified in studies in Australia.

    5. Parents have the final responsibility for the nutrition of their children. Whilst students are at school, the school has an educational responsibility that applies to the school canteen.

    6. The school years are critical in establishing healthy lifestyle patterns.

    7. The Australian Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents recommended by the Commonwealth Department of Health ad Ageing and endorsed by the National Health and Medical Research Council, provide a valuable reference when a canteen policy is being developed.

    8. The development of a canteen policy and procedures for each school, including nutritional and health objectives as well as operational objectives provides a unique opportunity for an educational health promotion program involving students, parents, teachers and canteen staff.

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