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School Meals

We are currently producing take away lunch bags for our school meals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

All hot food will be wrapped in foil (Take Away style) to keep warm

Monday

Ham, cheese or jam sandwich with a smoothie, a cake and raisons or fruit

Tuesday

Hot dog (Wk 1), Burger (Wk 2) with a yoghurt, flapjack and raisons or fruit

Wednesday

Ham, cheese or tuna wrap and chicken bites with a jelly, jam donut and raisons or fruit

Thursday

Pizza with a yoghurt, a biscuit and raisons or fruit

Friday

Sausage roll and chicken goujons with an ice lolly, cheese crackers and raisons or fruit


Click here to view or download our menu

Week 1 – Sept 21st , Oct 5th , Oct 19th


Week 2 – Sept 28th , Oct 12th

School meals are cooked on the premises by the school’s own caterers. This allows the school to have more control over all aspects of the food provided.  We pride ourselves in offering a very wide and varied menu including daily fresh fruit and vegetables. Milk is also available for all infants and children entitled to free school meals. All allergens are now coded on our menus using the following key:-

The cost of a traditional school meal will cost £2.00.  We would like all children to give their £2.00 to the classteacher, however payment can be made to the school office OR you can pay on line via the school website.  Alternatively children may bring in their own packed lunch.

If a child wishes to go home for lunch, permission will only be granted on receipt of a written request from the child’s parent or guardian.  Infant children should be collected and returned to school by an adult.

The school’s midday supervisory assistants supervise the children during the lunch break. Each week a different year group will have lunch first. This is shown in brackets after the week beginning date.

If you are in receipt of Income Support, Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance, an income-related Employment and Support Allowance, support under VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, Guarantee element of State Pension Credit or Child Tax Credit (not including Working Tax Credit), any of your children attending a County School are entitled to Free School Meals. To find out if your child qualifies for free school meals, please check out this link for Free School Meals, to check for free school meal eligibility. Alternatively, you can download the old application form