Hot school lunches must be paid for online through the Arbor payment facility. Arbor is easy to use and you can top up or view your account balance at anytime on a laptop/tablet/smartphone.
All pupils in Years R, 1 and 2 are entitled to free school meals.
If your child is absent from school and misses lunch, there is no need for you to do anything.
If your child is bringing their own packed lunch, please send in a clearly named lunchbox so they are not misplaced.
Our aim for our packed lunch children is to ensure that all packed lunches brought from home and consumed within the academy (or on educational visits) provide the pupil with healthy and nutritious food, which is now regulated by national standards.
Some healthy lunchbox options might include:
Fresh drinking water is always available from the canteen area should pupil's want a drink or should you wish not to send a drink in with your child's packed lunch.
We ask that you do not send in:
For more information on packed lunches please read our Food Guidelines in our Policies section.
On 17 September 2013 the Department for Education announced that all infant school pupils (pupils in reception and years 1 and 2 in state funded schools in England will be eligible for a free school meal from September 2014
If you have a child in KS2, free meals are available to families who receive the following benefits: Income Support; Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance; Income-related Employment & Support Allowance; State Pension Credit; Child Tax Credit (check entitlements); or Working Tax Credits.
Please contact the office for an application form. All requests are dealt with confidentially. Even if your child does not want a school lunch we would encourage you to apply, as you may be entitled to other financial support.