Luton Borough Council has introduced a scheme called "Scores on the Doors". The idea is for all food businesses inspected by officers from the Food Control Group to be given a score on how well it performed in terms of hygiene, it's structural condition and its overall attitude in complying with the law.
The aim of the scheme is to improve food hygiene standards in the Borough and also to give the public a more informed choice about where to eat based on food safety.
Following a food hygiene inspection a business is given a certificate which includes a score. The score ranges from 0 stars (poor hygiene) to 5 stars (excellent hygiene). A premises scoring 0 stars does not mean the food is necessarily unsafe, it just means that the premises did not meet the high hygiene standards expected. Since they have poor hygiene follow up action is likely to take place by the food control group in order to bring about the necessary improvements.
To see how your school has scored please used the link below.