Ashfield Park Primary School located on Redhill Road, Ross-On-Wye, received commendable ratings from the Food Standards Agency for its food hygiene practices.

The school, known for its dedication to the wellbeing of its students, received a 'Very Good' assessment for its hygienic food handling, which encompasses the preparation, cooking, re-heating, cooling, and storage of food items. This positive feedback assures parents that their children receive meals prepared with utmost care.

Furthermore, the cleanliness and condition of the school's facilities were rated as 'Good'. The inspectors particularly highlighted the appropriate layout, sufficient ventilation, adequate hand washing facilities, and effective pest control measures, all of which are vital for ensuring good food hygiene.

Adding to the commendations, the food safety management system of the institution was recognised as robust. The inspection report indicated that the school staff is well-informed about food safety protocols. The food safety officer also expressed confidence that Ashfield Park Primary would maintain these high standards in the future.

The inspection, carried out on 30 June, reinforces the school's commitment to providing a safe and healthy environment for its students.