Darlington Primary School Canteen is open Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays.
Welcome back to term 1 2019 in canteen.
I am looking forward to another fun year in canteen with new items on the menu and continuing our Friday Night Takeout menu too.
New this term we have butter chicken and beef burger sliders on the menu.
In canteen I am all about getting lots of veggies into your children without them noticing so our butter chicken has a great colour and sweetness due to the carrots that I have snuck in. All of main meals, apart from the pizza bases, are made from scratch in canteen with fresh ingredients and then frozen in portions for convenience. All sandwiches, toasted sandwiches, wraps and salads are made fresh on the day.
We offer a wide menu with most dietary requirements covered but if you have any questions please feel free to call, message or pop into canteen for a chat.
Friday night takeout will return in week two, order through flexischools or Facebook. These are meals made in canteen for your families convenience for those busy nights when dinner is the last thing that you want to think about! Sold in returnable glass containers they are perfect for heat and serve or to pop in the freezer for later in the week.
I am always looking for helpers with a term by term roster so if you can offer a few hours or a whole morning, please get in touch. Another great way of keeping up to date with canteen news, special menus and help requests is through our DPS P&C facebook page.
Thanks for supporting your P&C school canteen.
*We are up and running throughout swimming lessons, so plan ahead and order your child’s lunch or morning tea at the canteen
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The school is located on a beautiful three-hectare site in the heart of the Darlington village, in the hills east of Perth. In 2012, the school celebrated its Centenary and maintains a long and strong tradition of providing quality education for children from the local area. It is not uncommon for current students to have followed their parents and grandparents in attending the school.