Infant pupils in Reception and KS1 are entitled to a free midday meal. Juniors can purchase a dinner for £2.15 to be payable by Parent Pay. The school promotes a healthy eating policy and offers a choice of menu for children to include fresh fruit and salads.
Nursery children can purchase a school dinner for £1.08 to be payable by Parent Pay. This is in addition to the lunchtime session fee of £3.75 which is payable regardless of whether your child brings a packed lunch or has a school dinner.
IMPORTANT: Please be aware that the school also receives monies into its budget for children who are eligible for Free School Meals because of family circumstances. If you think that you may be entitled, please see the school office for further details to register.
We encourage healthy options in packed lunches packaging which children can open independently.
A menu is displayed each day in the dining hall. A cafeteria system is used and children are able to choose from a variety of main courses, sweets and drinks. A vegetarian option is always available. Younger children are helped by Supervisory Assistants and all are encouraged to have a 'clean plate' or lunch box.
Packed lunches must be brought to school in a safe bag or container which is clearly named.
Children under 5 years of age are provided with “free milk” daily.
Infant children are provided with free fruit to be eaten at morning playtime break. Juniors may bring their own fruit in.
We follow a healthy eating policy and encourage children to eat fruit or cereal bars at break. Sweets, crisps and chocolate are not acceptable as a mid-morning snack.
Junior Snack Bar
Juniors may purchase toast, crumpets or tea- cakes at morning break.
Pupils have named water bottles in class and are encouraged to drink water or sugar free drinks between teaching sessions. Water bottles and replacement caps may be purchased in school. It is not school policy to bring other drinks into class.