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School Meals

School Lunches

 

Our healthy and nutritious lunches are cooked by our experienced in-house chef using fresh ingredients on our school site.  We ensure that all food produced meets the School Food Standards.  School lunches cost £2.40 and are freshly made each day.

 

School meals are planned on a 3 week cycle and always contain a meat and a vegetarian option. 

 

The introduction of the Government’s Universal Infant Free School Meals initiative in September 2014 means that children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free school meal.  

Pupils in Years 3-6 must pay for their school meals via Parentpay.  Free school meals may also be provided for your children if you receive benefits, for example income support or child tax credit.  Further information is available from the school office.

 

If your child has moved from Year 2 to Year 3 this year, we very much hope they will continue having a school meal even though they have to be paid for, as they are healthy and nutritious and represent excellent value.  If you have any questions about our school meals, please contact the school office.

 

If your child has a specific dietary need for a medical reason we would be delighted to provide them with a bespoke special diet menu.  Please let us know of any dietary needs.

Our menu for the summer term is below:

 

WEEK ONE - Available daily: Fresh fruit, Salad, Yogurt and Water

 Meat Free Monday

 7/6 (Tuesday), 27/6, 18/7

    Tuesday

    28/6, 19/7

    Wednesday

    8/6, 29/6

   Thursday

   9/6, 30/6

     Friday

     10/6, 1/7

Fusilli pasta with spinach bake

Chicken and mushroom stroganoff served with steamed white rice

Penne pasta with tomato sauce

Lamb lasagne served with focaccia bread

Breaded cod fish fingers

with home-made potato wedges and baked beans

Aubergine Moussaka

Vegetable stroganoff served with steamed white rice

Vegetarian loaf with roasted potatoes and gravy

Vegetable lasagne served with focaccia bread

Mexican bean wrap served with potato wedges and baked beans

Steamed sweetcorn

 

Steamed savoy cabbage, garden peas

Steamed green beans

Steamed carrots

Garden peas

Apple, pear and raisin crumble with custard

Fruity Flapjack

Blueberry and lemon cake served with custard

Strawberry jelly

Vanilla ice cream with apple slices

                                              

 

WEEK TWO - Available daily: Fresh fruit, Salad, Yogurt and Water

Meat Free Monday

13/6, 4/7

   Tuesday

   14/6, 5/7

    Wednesday

    15/6, 6/7

      Thursday

      16/6, 7/7

     Friday

     17/6, 8/7

Macaroni cheese bake

Boneless chicken curry served with steamed white rice

Tuna pasta bake

Vegetable fried rice

Home-made pizza Margherita served with oven baked chips

Chickpea and potato curry served with steamed white rice

Quorn and spinach curry served with steamed white rice

Vegetable pasta bake

Jacket potato with cheddar cheese and baked beans

Asian spiced fish curry served with steamed white rice

Steamed broccoli and cauliflower

Steamed carrots

Roasted butternut squash

Steamed green beans

Steamed peas and sweetcorn

Chocolate cake served with custard

Strawberry yogurt served with home-made granola

Sponge cake served with custard

Strawberry jelly served with fruit

Pancake with maple syrup

 

 

WEEK THREE - Available daily: Fresh fruit, Salad, Yogurt and Water

 Meat Free Monday

 20/6, 11/7

    Tuesday

21/6, 12/7

   Wednesday

   22/6, 13/7

      Thursday

       23/6, 14/7

       Friday

       24/6, 15/7

Vegetarian bolognaise

Chicken stew served with steamed white rice

Macaroni cheese

Lamb shepherd’s pie with gravy

Breaded fish fingers served with home-made potato wedges and baked beans

Brown lentil daal served with steamed white rice

Vegetable stew served with steamed white rice

Vegetable Thai curry served with steamed white rice

Vegetable shepherd’s pie with gravy

Vegetarian noodles

Steamed green beans

Roasted cauliflower and chickpeas

Steamed sweetcorn

Steamed carrots

Steamed garden peas

Mixed berry crumble served with custard

Oat and raisin biscuits

Carrot and beetroot cake served with custard

Fruity strawberry jelly

Vanilla ice cream with fruit salad

 

Packed Lunches - what you need to know

 

Eating well is important.  Children need to eat well as it will give them energy and nutrients to grow and develop, be healthy and active.  A healthy, enjoyable lunch gives children the energy they need to learn and play at school.

At any one time we are likely to have a number of children with nut allergies, and for some of them, exposure to nuts can be very dangerous.  Therefore, the school promotes no nuts and no sesame seeds.  Please ensure the food you provide does not contain nuts or sesame seeds.

 

Chocolate and confectionery are not permitted in packed lunches.

Use the information in this leaflet to help make your child a healthier packed lunch.

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