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Christmas Lunch Friday 10th December 2021

Dear families,
We would like to update you on a couple of changes to the autumn menu and also bring to your attention the Christmas lunch date and arrangements.
The Christmas lunch will take place on Friday 10th December, we have attached a copy of this menu.
During this week the fish finger choice will now take place on Wednesday 8th December instead of Friday 10th. 
If you wish your child to have a Christmas lunch (on Friday 10th December) please book the Turkey Roast Option for Wednesday 8th December.
If you wish you child to have the Fish Finger lunch (on Wednesday 8th December) please book the Fish Finger option for Friday 10th December.
We understand this may be confusing, however please note you are booking the meal choice not the date.
We will make the necessary amendments to ensure the dates/meal choices are swapped accordingly in school.
If you have any queries please do contact the school office.
If you require paper copies of any of the following information, please contact the school office.
Please ensure all food brought into school is nut free to keep every member of our community safe, thank you.


School Lunches

Children have the option to have a school dinner or a packed lunch. School meals are cooked on the premises and are available at the cost of £2.30, unless you are eligible for free school meals. Payments must be made online in advance.


Children bringing packed lunch may bring a non-fizzy drink, in a suitable water-tight container (not glass). 


Please see below a recent copy of our school menu. If children would like to order a jacket potato instead then please let Mandy in the kitchen know at the very start of the day (before registration)

Menu - Autumn 2021


All children under the age of 5 are entitled to free milk. This is given out in a tetra pak container. 



Under the school fruit and vegetable scheme, infant children are entitled to a free piece of fruit. Additionally, children can choose to purchase (25p) some fruit tuck from the school kitchen during morning break.


Free School Meals

The term ‘free school meals’ is more than just providing a free lunch for families in receipt of certain benefits. The Government now gives a ‘Pupil Premium’ which is money to schools to help children from lower income families. This money is used to support a wide range of additional help which goes way beyond a free lunch. Please click this link for further details on how to apply.


Water in Class

Research shows that even small amounts of dehydration can affect concentration and performance.  We therefore encourage children to bring a leak-free water bottle into class from which they can get a drink if feeling thirsty. Please ensure bottles show the child’s name.