School Dinners, Milk and Fruit

School Meals       The website for additional information including ingredients and allergy information is www.myschoollunch.co.uk/Derbyshire

Children have a cooked meal or bring sandwiches. A child either has sandwiches or dinners for one term at a time. We cannot cater for children swapping daily as we order dinners in advance.

For additional information visit www.childrensfoodtrust.org.uk

School Dinners

A midday meal is available for all children attending school. Due to recent changes there is no charge for a School meal but they must be ordered termly in advance.The meal has been carefully planned so that it is balanced and healthy and is of a high standard. Weekly menus are displayed in the school hall and the main Entrance. We operate a family dining system which is based on eight pupils sharing a table with two of the older children serving the younger ones. We aim to make lunch time a pleasant social experience and eat in the hall.

ALLERGEN LABELLING

Due to changes in legislation our school menus now provide allergen information which will enable you to make safer food choices for your child.

If your child has special dietary requirements then please talk to your child’s class Teacher or ask in the office.

SPECIAL DIETS AND INTOLERANCES

We cater for special diets, and as part of our procedures we do insist that you have a medical referral from your GP or a letter from your paediatric dietician. 

You will then meet with our school cook, Angie, to discuss your child’s individual needs.

Our menu displays allergy icons to help, please ask for an up to date menu or download the menu below.

Universal Free School Meals

In addition to the free meal the Government are providing additional funding to our school for each pupil that is eligible for the Pupil Premium.  To ensure we capture all funds that are applicable to us, which will enable us to provide additional equipment, support and activities for the pupils, please complete the form ‘Application for Universal School Meals and Pupil Premium Funding’ and return it to school or go to the website www.myschoollunch.co.uk/Derbyshire.

Pack lunch from home

Your child will need to bring their own pack lunch for the whole term. 

If you wish to provide your child with their own pack lunch please make sure your child's name is written on the outside of the lunchbox and that you provide a beaker for their drink. No fizzy drinks please. 

A sandwich or  pasta dish and two other items is enough for our young children. Please do not pack your child up with too much food or food that is difficult to eat. If you provide a yoghurt or similar pudding please include a spoon in their sandwich box. Children have approximately half an hour for eating their lunch and half an hour play. If your child needs more time to eat their food please talk to your child's class teacher.

Lunchtimes

Throughout lunchtime the children are supervised by lunchtime supervisors and school staff. Children having packed lunches also sit on tables of eight. Meals are eaten in the school hall and good manners and considerate behaviour are encouraged at all times. 

School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme

This is a government programme that entitles every child in our school to a piece of fruit or vegetable each school day.

Milk

Milk is provided free of charge to all our Foundation 1 (Nursery) children. On request we can order milk for our school children. This will be free to to children in receipt of Pupil Premium and a termly cost to all others.