If cuts need to be made, how about the island only funding it for younger children in KS1. This way the states are assuring the youngest children are still receiving free school milk and gaining important nutrients which they may not receive at home and whilst milk is important in the diet, this is not just the islands responsilbility but also the parents. However as I previously said if it is just funded by the island for children in KS1 this will half the budget.
Ian, St John
Once again its the little familys who has to pay. So lets dig up more roads and build flood systems that don't work. Its ok the middle class tax payer will foot the bill.Also give your self a pay rise doesnt make sense
Sarah, St Helier
I wouldn't mind my daughter losing school milk if they weren't boosting finance by £400k and not freezing their own pay.
On Twitter: @_markjordan
@bbcjersey its a joke my kids miss out on important milk yet the states are still getting pay rises and bonusses!!!!
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