Healthy Eating

Lunchtime Arrangements

Your child may have a school lunch, bring a packed lunch or if absolutely essential go home for lunch.

Children who go home for lunch should return at 12:55 pm, ready for afternoon school.

If your child has a school meal, please send the exact amount if possible, on Mondays, in a sealed envelope with your child’s name and class number clearly written on it.  Current prices for school meals are available from the school office.

If you receive Income Support, your child may be eligible for free meals. Please contact the school office for more details. Even if you do not intend to take up the offer of free school meals, please apply for this benefit as school receives additional funding for children who are eligible.

Sandwiches should be in a named container. Drinks should be in a flask, plastic bottle or carton. (No glass bottles, please.)

Snacks

We promote healthy eating throughout school and do not allow crisps or sweets at playtime, but fruit is encouraged.

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1:

Milk is available for all Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 pupils. Current prices can be obtained from the school office.  Pupils entitled to free school meals are also eligible for free milk.  As part of the National School’s Fruit Scheme, children are offered a free piece of fruit each day.

Key Stage 2:

A healthy tuck-shop sells toast and healthy snacks. Children are allowed to bring biscuits (not chocolate bars/sweets).

Please click here to see our school menu

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