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Food in School

Healthy Eating

Free fruit is available for Key Stage 1 children at break times, no other snacks should be brought into school other than a drink of water in a named container. Healthy lunch boxes are encouraged; sweets/chocolate/nuts should not be brought to school at break or lunchtimes. Key Stage 2 children should bring in fruit to eat at break times if they wish to do so.

Traditionally children with a birthday have had the option to bring treats into school to share with class mates should they wish to do so; we are happy to continue with this but parents are free to opt out if they do not wish their child to accept a birthday treat.

Our School Health Eating Policy 

School Dinners

We are fortunate to have our own kitchen on site and healthy, delicious school meals are available to order on a daily basis.

Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free school meal, currently paid for by the Department for Education.

Children may also be entitled to Free School Meals based on family income. Please see the Local Authority website for more information and eligibility criteria and how to apply. It is important that parents claim this support (including children in Years Foundation to Year 2) as children that qualify for income based Free School Meals will also be able to access extra support in school.

We encourage all parents to use ParentPay – an online payment facility – to pay for dinners, school events, residential visits and day trips. Click here to see our School Meals Debt Policy.