School Lunches and sample menus
Our school kitchen serves school meals every day at the cost of £2.70.
Please click here to see the menu for hot meals. Please note Option 1 meal is the main meal served unless your child has a special dietary requirement. Option 2 is the vegetarian option and Option 3 is jacket potato with one daily filling for Key Stage 2 children only (subject to availability). Please note the menu will also be subject to alterations and is seasonal.
If having school lunches, all pupils must book weekly in advance via Arbor.
Pupils in Reception and Years 1 & 2, plus children entitled to income-related Free School Meals have their meals funded by the Government. Nursery pupils and those in Years 3-6 are subject to the £2.70 per day (£13.50 per week) charge.
All meals - Meal patterns for hot school dinner or packed lunch is set by the office and you do not need to book anything yourself on Arbor. Once a pattern is set it will roll onwards every week. You only need to communicate with the office if you wish to amend your child's meal pattern. Please note if you wish to amend your child's meal pattern this needs to be communicated by Friday lunchtime to be actioned in time, for the following week onwards. If a cost applies for meals you must ensure you keep your child's meal account topped up appropriately in Arbor.
Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 – Hot school meals for pupils in Reception to Year 2 are currently funded by the government. Nursery meals are chargeable at £2.70 per day (£13.50 per week).
Years 3 to 6 – Hot school dinners will be available to pay for online on Arbor at a cost of £13.50 per week. Please ensure you have communicated with the Office if you wish your child to be on the hot school dinner pattern.(Children entitled to income-related Free School Meals do not pay for lunches but they do still need to be booked online).
Packed Lunches from Home
You may choose to provide your child with a packed lunch.
As a school, we want to promote healthy eating choices for all our children and we have produced this guidance with the aim of helping and supporting parents and children to make those healthy choices when bringing a packed lunch from home. It was written with help from our Pupil Parliament.
We would ask that all families ensure they follow the guidance given but particularly in ensuring packed lunches do not contain nuts or sweets and that children only bring one treat item. Our lunchtime staff will let you know, via a note in the lunch box, if there are any foods that shouldn’t be there.