Headteacher: J Glendinning
Telephone: 01274 564977
School Meals and Lunchtime Arrangements
Our cook takes pride in serving varied and nutritious meals at lunchtime. Lunches are cooked every day in our own school kitchen.
Meals are paid for weekly on Monday mornings. The correct money should be placed in an envelope with the child's name and class clearly marked on it and it is to be placed in the zipped envelope in the classroom at morning registration. Meal price £1.65 per day (£8.25 each week). If you wish to pay by cheque, please make it payable to "Bradford Council ", and write the cheque card number on the back of the cheque.
Children may bring a packed lunch. A drink of water is given to all children regardless of whether they have a dinner or bring a packed lunch.
If your child is going to be late and you still wish to order a dinner for your child, please ring and let us know as soon as possible.
It is expected that pupils will respond positively to all lunchtime staff as they would any other member of staff. They deal with all lunchtime matters including first aid.
Children who cannot play safely at lunchtime will be asked to go home for their dinner.
Meal price correct January 2017
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FREE SCHOOL MEAL ENTITLEMENT Please apply to Bradford Council or see contact information below.
Free School Meals pays for a school lunch for your child.
If your child attends a tax-payer funded nursery or school, full time and in the Bradford district you may be able to get Free School Meals.
You can apply for school meals if you receive:
Families may apply for free school meals by completing the online form on the Bradford Council website. Please click - Direct Link to Bradford Council Benefit Overview and Online Application Forms
Alternatively you can contact the Bradford Council Benefits Services via telephone or e-mail for further assistance on 01274 432772 or email@example.com.
We are offering 1/3 pint carton of milk daily on the following basis:
At present, children up to the age of six receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable at playtime as part of the 'Free Fruit to School Campaign'. Children in Key Stage 2 (Year 3 to Year 6) are encouraged to bring a healthy snack, such as fruit or raw vegetables for their morning break. As part of our Whole School Food Policy we are promoting the contents of a healthy lunch box for pupils and are discouraging parents/carers to include sweets, chocolate bars, crisps and fizzy drinks in a child's lunch box.