Cooked School Meals cost just £2.25 and the Government fund free school meals for children in Reception and years 1 and 2.
Hot meals are provided by Grosvenor plc and are prepared in the school kitchen and include fresh fruit, bread baked daily and a salad bar. The emphasis is on healthy eating. Wholemeal flour, freshly prepared meat and vegetables are also included. Children are offered a choice of main courses and puddings, including salads and fresh fruit. Genetically Modified foods are not knowingly used at anytime. School Meals are paid for through the Parent Pay system.
Free School Meals are available to some children in accordance with family circumstances. If you think your child/children may be entitled to free school meals please contact the school office.
Please note that the menu published below will run until the February half term break. The dates for the rotating menu are:
Week 1 - weeks commencing: 5th and 26th November, 17th December, 21st January, 11th February
Week 2 - weeks commencing: 12th November, 3rd December, 7th and 28th January, 18th February
Week 3 - weeks commencing: 19th November, 10th December, 14th January, 4th February
Children may choose to bring a packed lunch rather than have a school lunch.
We are currently working hard with the catering company to ensure that school meals are as healthy and varied as possible. However, some of our children have packed lunches and it is important that these are as healthy as possible too. On occasions we have children with sweets or other confectionary, such as chocolate bars, in their packed lunches.
Here is a gentle reminder about our current rules regarding packed lunches.
No fizzy or sugary drinks
We reserve the right to withdraw items from packed lunches which do not conform to these guidelines. We encourage parents to limit crisps, cakes and biscuits.
We are currently working on a whole school food policy which will tighten the rules on packed lunches in the future.
Break and snack
All of our children under seven get a piece of fruit or vegetable every morning. Older children are encouraged to bring fruit or vegetables to school as a snack at break-times and all children are asked to bring a clear water bottle to encourage drinking throughout the day.