BREAKFAST CLUB / SCHOOL LUNCHES
School Meals Menu
Please click on the link below to view a copy of our latest school lunch menu.
Although every effort is made to ensure we serve what is on the menu, on occasion due to suppliers, substitutes will be made.
If your child is not currently on school lunches but would like to change please inform the school office. Thank you
We have a daily Breakfast Club for children in main school, which starts at 8.00am. Places do not need to be pre-booked.
The cost per day is £1.00 if children arrive between 8.00 and 8.30am.
Children are offered a choice of cereals, fruit and toast. Once they have eaten, they can play games, do art/craft activities and use ICT equipment until school begins.
Children may arrive at Breakfast Club between 8.30 and 8.45am at a cost of 50p, but no breakfast will be served as the breakfast kitchen closes at 8.30am.
A two-course meal is provided daily. Menus are designed to meet the nutritional requirements of young children and to introduce a wide variety of food. Social training is also an important aspect of the lunch period. Visits from parents to see the lunch arrangements are welcomed.
The Unit Manager enjoys the opportunity to make ‘special meals’ to support the curriculum and mark events during the year.
The children are supervised during the lunch break by lunchtime supervisory assistants.
All dinner money should be paid on a Monday. If your child is off on a Monday, please send dinner money the first day back to school. If the payment of school meals falls more than one week in arrears, parents will be requested to send a packed lunch until the outstanding amount is paid.
The kitchen orders its supplies a week in advance therefore children wishing to change their catering arrangements need to give at least one week’s notice.
Provision is also made for those children who bring a packed lunch. As part of our Healthy Schools Initiative, we encourage parents to provide their child with a balanced packed lunch.
School provides each child with a plastic water bottle which they are expected to bring to school each day filled with fresh water. It has been proven that if children have regular access to water during the day they are more able to concentrate and make greater progress at school. If a bottle is lost, then a replacement is available from the school office for £1.