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Pupils aged between three and 11 at Brinsworth Manor Infant and Junior Schools in Rotherham - which Ofsted identifies as having only a small number of pupils from minority ethnic groups - will no longer be able to enjoy sausages, bacon or ham.
She said: 'The provision of both halal and non-halal is not unusual in Rotherham's school.
Currently, nine schools out of 115, select one of our menus that provide a mix of both halal and non-halal meals.
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