TWO school cooks have been recognised for their excellence.
The catering at Greenside Infants School in Almondbury has been given the maximum five stars in the new Scores On The Doors system which ranks food hygiene.
Head teacher Sal Armitage praised kitchen staff Jill Fleetwood and Julie Robinson.
She said: “I’m over the moon for them, I’m very proud of their achievement.
“They both have very high standards and it’s lovely to have a scheme which shows how well they’re doing.”
Scores On The Doors is being introduced to businesses in Kirklees this year.
Schools, shops, pubs, hotels, restaurants and cafes that prepare and sell food have been inspected.
The businesses are given certificates displaying their marks, which range from no stars for the worst to five for the best.
Ninety food outlets in central Huddersfield have been rated.
Only three – Greggs at Princess Alexandra Walk, Beatties in Kingsgate and Domino’s Pizza at St John’s Road – have won five stars.
But four businesses in Huddersfield have been given no stars. They are Khadim’s Wholesale at Longroyd Bridge, Sizzlers at John William Street, Trinity Halal Chicken at Trinity Street and Medina Bismillah in Paddock.
The main kitchen of Leeds Prison won three stars.
The ratings are available at www.scoresonthedoors.org.uk