Please take a look at our yummy alternate weekly school dinner menus.
Here are the dates for this term:
Week Commencing: 25TH FEB, 25TH MARCH, 22ND APRIL, 20TH MAY, 17TH JUNE, 15TH JULY
Week Commencing: 4TH MARCH, 1ST APRIL, 29TH APRIL, 27TH MAY, 24TH JUNE, 22ND JULY
Week Commencing: 11TH MARCH, 8TH APRIL, 6TH MAY, 3RD JUNE, 1ST JULY
Week Commencing: 18TH MARCH, 15TH APRIL, 13TH MAY, 10TH JUNE, 8TH JULY
From September 2014, all pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are encouraged to eat a school meal which is provided free of charge. We encourage all pupils in Foundation and KS1 to take the school meal and refrain from bringing in a packed lunch from home as we are certain that even pupils who can be fussy eaters at home are likely to try a wider range of foods when they are eating alongside their friends in a lunch hall environment.
We expect and promote good manners during lunchtime and are well supported by a team of lunchtime supervisors who provide a caring and supportive environment for all pupils. Our dining hall is a dedicated space and provides a spacious, bright and clean environment for your child to enjoy their lunchtime experience.
Children are given a choice of different meals, a traditional dinner, a jacket potato with a range of fillings and salads or a lunchbox (sandwich) option.
Parents of pupils in Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) who are not entitled to Free School Meals can, of course, opt to take a school meal for their child. All meals must be paid for in advance at the school office.
Parents can, of course, opt for their child to bring a packed lunch from home. Packed lunches must not contain sweets, chocolate, fizzy or energy drinks of any kind and pupils with these products in their lunch box will be encouraged to save them for home.
Additional Snacks are available during the course of the school day. Children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 are provided with fresh fruit or vegetables each day. Small cartons of milk are available daily for all children who wish to partake. There is a termly charge for milk, but milk is provided free of charge to families in receipt of ‘Scheme of Aid’ or for pupils under five years in their first term in school.
Children are encouraged to bring water bottles to school containing water only.