Educaterers provide our school meals, which are prepared and cooked on site all of which include a variety of firm favourites. All meat and poultry is sourced from within the UK and meets the 'Red Tractor Assured Food Standards' criteria. Fish products meet 'Marine Stewardship Council' standards. Eggs are free range and much of the produce is local, coming from farms in the surrounding counties.
All menus are planned to comply with the Government's nutritional standards.
School menus can be viewed here: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoolmeals
The cost of a school dinner is £2.25 per meal, which is £11.25 per week or if you want to pay monthly £45.00. Payment should be made online, or dinner money for the week ahead can be brought into school on a Monday, in an envelope clearly marked with the words “Dinner Money” and your child's name, class, amount of money and date written on the front of the envelope. If you need some envelopes, please ask at the office. Please make sure school dinner money is brought to school on a Monday.
Does your child qualify for Free School Meals?
We encourage any parents who think they may qualify for Free School Meals to apply on-line at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals or call the Customer Service Centre on 01926 359189.
You could qualify if you receive any of the following benefits:
Income Support / Income-Based Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) / Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) / Guarantee element of State Pension Credit / Universal Credit / Child Tax Credit and an annual income, as assessed by HMRC, not in excess of £16,190
Please speak to Mrs Hardy in the school office if you have any questions or you need any help (she may need your National Insurance (NI) Number) .
For every child that receives free school meals, the school receives extra government funding (Pupil Premium) which helps us to provide extra support, teachers and nurture for your children.
Packed lunches should be brought in a named plastic container with a plastic beaker / carton of drink. For safety reasons children should not bring bottles or cans of drink, or flasks of hot drink or soup. Please refrain from giving your child sweets as part of their lunch, a balanced selection of food types is encouraged at all times.