Children can have a cooked meal or bring their own packed lunch into school.
School meals are provided in-House by Alliance in Partnership. Please see the sub menu for further information.
Free school lunches for KS1 are given in line with current government policy starting in September 2014.
Applications for free school meals for children in KS2 are based on parental income. Forms are available from the school office.
If you choose a packed lunch, please send the lunch in a suitable container. Children will need to ensure they bring their own drink. No glass bottles or fizzy drinks please.
There is a team of lunchtime supervisors on duty throughout the lunch break. The children are encouraged, but never forced, to finish their meal. We encourage good table manners but they are allowed to relax and talk just as adults do during the meal.
Children may have milk. This is delivered daily and is paid a term in advance. It is subsidised by the European Community. We encourage the eating of fruit at break times and, as part of a government scheme, KS1 children are entitled to a free piece of fruit each morning break. Sweets, chocolate, crisps, biscuits and other unhealthy snacks are prohibited.