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Free School Meals Oral Question, 24/06/15 [S]
During Portfolio Question Time on 24 June 2015 Stuart McMillan (SNP) asked the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with local authorities regarding the provision of free school meals.

Free Fruit for P1 and P2 Pupils Written Answer, 23/02/15 [S]
Written answer given in response to Liam McArthur's (LD) question asking the Scottish Government what percentage of schools have provided free fruit for P1 and P2 pupils in each of the last eight years.

Free School Meals Aberdeen Oral Question, 28/01/15 [S]
During Portfolio Question Time on 28 January 2015 Kevin Stewart (SNP) asked the Scottish Government how many pupils in Aberdeen are being provided with free school meals following its recently introduced policy.

Pupils Enjoying Free School Meals, 07/01/15 [S]
Providing a free school lunch for every P1-3 child in Scotland is ďan investment in our nationís futureĒ, according to Deputy First Minister John Swinney.

Free School Meals Oral Question, 08/01/15 [S]
During First MInisters Question Time on 8 January 2015 George Adam (SNP) asked the First Minister how many families will benefit from the policy of free school meals.

Back to school for First Minister, 05/01/15 [S]
Schools across Scotland are now serving up free school meals to every Primary 1-3 pupil, following the Scottish Governmentís expanded free schools meals policy coming into effect today.

Beyond the School Gate - Improving Food Choices in the School Community, 03/06/14 [S]
Beyond the School Gate is a Scottish Government project backed by COSLA and the Scottish Grocersí Federation. It aims to promote ways to encourage children to stay on school premises at lunchtime and eat a healthy meal, and for shopkeepers near schools to think about how they can offer more healthy choices.

United Kingdom Budget 2014 Statement, 01/04/14 [S]
Ministerial Statement in the Scottish Parliament on 1 April 2014 from the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth, John Swinney, on the financial implications of the United Kingdom budget 2014.

Better Eating, Better Learning - A New Context for School Food, 06/03/14 [S]
The Scottish Government has published refreshed guidance to support schools, local authorities, caterers, procurement departments,parents, children and young people to work in partnership to make further improvements in school food and food education.

Free School Meals Written Answer, 28/02/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Cara Hilton's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government what its definition is of a free school meal.