Eating together at school is an important part of the children’s social education. The meals are cooked on the premises, in our award-winning kitchen, and provide a nutritious midday meal. Alternatively, you may wish to provide your child with a healthy packed lunch, or take your child home for lunch.

The school employs various lunch supervisors, whose role is to provide the children with structured and enjoyable activities during the lunch hour, supporting the children with the development of important social skills. Our older children take part in the ‘Mini Leaders’ scheme to promote Healthy Living at lunchtimes. We encourage courtesy and good manners throughout lunch times.  All Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children are entitled to free school meals.

Mid-Morning Snacks

Fresh fruit is provided free of charge for the children in Reception, Years 1 and 2. This is shared between the children each morning during break time.  Children in Years 3 to 6 can bring in to school a piece of fresh fruit, which can be eaten during morning break if they want to.   Sweets, chewing gum or fizzy drinks are not allowed in school at any time.

Healthy School Award

We are a Healthy School and were awarded National Healthy Schools Status in Spring 2010.  We celebrate Finer Dining, exercise and making healthy choices at all times.  As a school we encourage all our children to drink water and take part in lots of exercise, including Tai Chi.  The children are very welcome to keep their own water bottles in class.

Screen Shot 2014-10-01 at 18.46.44The LEA’s page on school meals can be seen here and there is plenty of additional information including latest updates to their services, Free School Meals and downloadable documents such as the latest menus.

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