The Language of Food

The kitchen is one of the fundamental elements of the children’s experience at learning’s environment. A multisensory kitchen – atelier of flavours, colours and smells where the theory of the hundred languages finds its meaning by qualifying the role of food in children’s growth. 

Mealtimes foster a balanced relationship between health, taste, and the pleasure of being at the table together. 

We believe in the importance of children discovering the immeasurable richness provided by tasty food, eaten in good company. 

At Aurora, proper nutrition is a priority. Our children are fed with wholesome healthy food alternatives whenever possible, with a diet consisting of fresh fruits, organic vegetables, lean meats, and whole grains which are recommended for optimum growth and brain development.  

At Aurora, wherever possible we follow these procedures: 

  • All meals for children are made by Aurora’s chefs  
  • All fresh milk is from organic seeds and natural cereal is cooked daily for children such as almond, chestnut, walnut, green beans, pumpkin, black beans, red beans, etc.  
  • We refrain from using artificial flavourings and seasonings in our cooking, instead, we use the natural flavours from vegetables, sugar cane, salt, seaweed etc.
  • Our menu was carefully created with just the right nutritional balance and variety in accordance with dietary guidelines and recommendations for a young developing child. 
  • Our beverage choices are water, homemade nut milk and an afternoon fruit/vegetable smoothie. We occasionally serve fresh, raw juices but do not serve processed, bottled juices or any other sugary drinks. Although our food is rich in flavour, we strive to keep our meals low in sodium and sugar.