A MILNSBRIDGE out-of-school club has received top marks for its healthy eating standards.
Government education inspectors singled out Boosters at Crow Lane Junior, Infant and Nursery School as a model of good practice.
Out have gone crisps, biscuits and other foods high in sugar and salt.
In are fresh fruit and vegetables, wholemeal pitta bread, scrambled egg, cereal and pasta.
Inspectors who visited the club praised staff for allowing children the chance to make their own decisions about food and helping to prepare snacks.
The inspectors' report said: "They have helped to devise the snack menus, taking into account healthy eating principles and make choices from the food which is on offer.
"A child is chosen to be the daily snack-time helper and their role is to write the daily menu on the chalkboard, help prepare snacks and wash up afterwards."
Senior playworker Dianne Aitken said: "We always listen to the children and put their ideas forward. They take turns to help in the kitchen."
The club has been running since 1992 in a classroom at the school.
It offers a breakfast club, an after-school club and holiday playscheme sessions for 45 children aged between three and 11.
Boosters was highlighted in a new report from Ofsted on healthy eating in registered daycare settings.