Lunchtime is between 12:00 -1:00pm. At lunchtime pupils can either have a school dinner or a packed lunch. Our meals are cooked on site and the school lunch menu is available for parents to view online. Our School Council regularly reviews and works to improve the school dining experience. As a Healthy School, we are committed to pupils having healthy lunches and we ask parents to provide healthy packed lunches. We are happy to provide guidance if required.
All Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children in state-funded schools in England are entitled to free school meals under the government’s universal free school meals scheme.
It is essential that ALL meals are booked through ParentPay by 9am on the day that they are to be taken, (including Free School Meals.) Please see school website for details. Please remember that if a School lunch has been booked on a day your child goes on a trip, sporting event or brings a packed lunch, if the meal is not cancelled with Autograph, then unfortunately no refund will be given.
ParentPay is an online secure payment system used by the school for most financial transactions. It enables parents/ carers to pay for school meals, outings, residentials etc.
Details of use will be given to parents/carers following a child’s enrolment in school.
Free School Meals
You can apply for free school meals if you receive one of the following:
As well as the benefits of eating a nutritious meal by claiming for Free School meals this triggers a pupil premium subsidy of £1,320 which is paid into the school’s budget. The child does not have to eat a school meal they could still bring a packed lunch. If your child is in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 please make sure you do apply so that the school can access these funds.
This money could go towards supporting individuals or groups of children, employing extra members of staff, or subsiding in school activities– the possibilities are endless!
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