What do children eat at school in Tudor times?
Many children during Tudor times did not attend school and only children of privilege were educated. Common foods for school children to eat included bread, fruits, and meat stews.
This answer is an educated guess and not the response of a qualified historian. In the Tudor period, children of the upper classes would not have had to pack a lunch and go to school. They would have been taught at home by tutors and governesses, and only what they needed to know for their station in life. They would have been served meals by servants and would not have been carrying packed lunches to…
It is sinful to eat food that is forbidden per Islam religion. It is the responsibilty of the chidren parents to tell the nursery school not to offer forbidden food to their Muslim children. It is also the responsibility of the nursery school responsible not to offer Islam forbidden food to Muslim children.
the families in each home eat together every night . the children go to bed then the adults have coffee and biscuits. in the morning the children go to school and the husband goes to work and the wife does err ins and on wednesdays the whole family eat lunch at home as the children have the afternoon off school.