School Meals

Hot Meals
All children from Reception to Year Two are entitled to a free hot school meal under the government infant free school meals scheme.
Hot School meals are provided every day by Chartwells. These are freshly prepared and brought into school every day and steam cooked on site.

Parents can order the meals via the ParentPay website by Thursday 10 days in advance.  Set up details will be emailed to all parents.
Nursery hot meals
All Nursery children are now able to order a hot meal at lunchtime via the ParentPay website.  There is a charge of £2.97 per day which includes a dinner and pudding.  The meals are all payable directly through the ParentPay website.  Please contact Emma Taylor on if you wish to be sent activation details to set up your account.
Allergies/Dietary Needs

If your child has any food allergies ie egg, gluten, milk or nuts and are having school dinners then you will need to set up a Special Diet directly with Chartwells. If your child does have a food allergy and you don't have a special diet menu in place then unfortunately your child will be unable to have hot food in school. It is parents responsibility in conjunction with Chartwells to agree a safe and appropriate menu. 
All allergies and dietary needs can be set up in your ParentPay account.  You will be asked to provide further information eg a medical certificate confirming your child’s allergy from either a doctor or a dietician.
Please contact the Chartwells Special Diets Team on if you have any queries.
Packed Lunch

We are a healthy school so we like to make sure that the children’s meals are well balanced. If you are providing a packed lunch we ask that you make sure that it does not contain fizzy drinks, sweets or chocolate (chocolate coated biscuits are allowed).

We do ask that you make sure that there are NO NUTS AND NO SEEDS in any of your child’s food that they bring into school. Unfortunately if food that contains NUTS and SEEDS comes into school it will be removed.

Any food your child doesn’t eat is put back in the lunchbox for you to keep an eye on. Please don’t overload your child’s lunchbox.