School Meals

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We are delighted to offer a new menu. This will cover a three week rota which gives ample choice yet still gives children plenty of opportunity to have their firm favourites.

We employ our own staff to run the school’s kitchen which means that we are able to offer a varied, tasty, nutritious menu and better quality food. We are very fortunate to be able to provide nutritionally balanced hot meals, with meat, halal and vegetarian options as well as jacket potatoes and pasta pots available on some days.  All meals are cooked and prepared freshly on the premises.

Dinners are paid for using the Parent Pay facility.  The finance department issue details of how to register for Parent Pay.  They are available every day to help with individual queries.  Please visit the school office should you require further information or assistance.

Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 are entitled to Universal Free School Meals, therefore no money is payable. Meals are ordered by the child in the classroom each day.

 

Many thanks and we hope you enjoy the new menu.

 1 Meal   - £2.00
 2 Meals - £4.00
 3 Meals - £6.00
 4 Meals - £8.00
 5 Meals - £10.00

N.B. If you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals please read the eligibility information below and collect a form from the main school office if required or click here.

 

Eligibility Information

Children eating lunch

Parents in England do not have to pay for school meals if they receive any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • Income-Based Jobseeker’s Allowance (IBJSA)
  • Employment & Support Allowance (Income Related) (ESA (IR))
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • Child Tax Credit (TC602)
  • The Guarantee Element of State Pension Credit (M1000 Award Notice)

         

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