Our school is committed to healthy eating and works closely with parents and Surrey Commercial Services to ensure that children receive a balanced diet. From September 2014, all children in reception, year 1 and year 2 in state-funded schools in England will be eligible for free school meals. We are developing a 'School Food Plan' in order to prepare for this and to continue informing parents and children about healthy food options.
All our school lunches are provided by Surrey Commercial Services. Please visit their website from the link below to find out more.
School lunch money for Juniors is now £2.35 per day. Please pay on-line using scopay which can be accessed from the 'Parents' drop down list on the home page. You can also still pay by cheque payable to Surrey County Council, or pay by cash at the school office.
Free School Meals
Some families are eligible for Free School Meals which will ensure that children get at least one hot cooked meal a day.
Applying for free school meals
You can apply for free school lunches if you get any of these benefits:
If you've asked for asylum and you're getting asylum support while you wait for a decision, you can also apply for free school lunches.
Please come and talk to Mr Samuel if you would like further information about Free School Meals.
A number of children from our school chose to have packed lunches. We regularly monitor the contents of these and will contact parents if we are concerned about the balance of different food stuffs. Please refer to the resources below for further information about healthy packed lunches and do not hesitate to come and have a chat with our staff if you have a question relating to lunches or any other aspect of our Healthy Schools agenda.
Please remember we are a NUT FREE SCHOOL. This is due to the number of children with severe allergies in our school community.