School Meals, School Milk and Fruit Scheme

The menu for the Spring Term is the same as the Autumn Term and is below –

Week 1 – weeks commencing 2nd January 2023, 23rd January 2023, 13th February 2023, 6th March 2023 and 27th March 2023

Week 2 – weeks commencing 9th January 2023, 30th January 2023, 13th March 2023, 3rd April 2023

Week 3 – weeks commencing 16th January 2023, 6th February 2023, 27th February 2023, 20th March 2023

The current cost of this service is £2.50 per meal (Sep 2022) and is payable on-line via ParentPay.  Please note that a school meal is free to all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 (Universal Infant Free School Meals) and also to those children entitled to FSM.

School meals now need to be booked and paid for on-line at Please contact the school office for your user name and password if you have not received this.

Meals need to be booked at least 48 hours in advance and can be booked for one day, a week, the whole half term or term. Should your child require a meal at short notice please e-mail the school office with the choice of main meal which your child would like to ensure that the kitchen prepare enough food.

Food Hygiene Rating 2018

The government provide schools with additional funding called Pupil Premium (Free School Meals – FSM) to support or enhance the learning of pupils.  For every pupil registered as eligible the school will receive additional funding in the school budget which is used to help raise achievement levels.

It is essential that parents/carers apply for free school meals even if the pupil does not wish to receive a free school meal or will receive UFSM in KS1.  Your child may be able to get free school meals if you are in receipt of certain benefits.

Please see letter below for further explanation but please do not hesitate to contact the school office if you need further guidance.

FSM letter


At the moment we are only providing milk to the children aged under five to minimise risk – therefore please do not order it for older children..

Free milk is available for all children aged under five in school, funded by the UK government.

In our school, this milk is provided by Cool Milk, the UK’s leading school milk supplier.  We will register your child for their free school milk on your behalf by providing Cool Milk with your child’s name and date of birth.  They will receive this free daily milk at school up until their 5th birthday.

When your child turns 5 they will no longer receive this free milk which is funded by the government.  However, you have the option to pay for their milk in order for it to continue.

At least a couple of weeks before your child’s 5th birthday you need to visit and follow the on-screen instructions to register and pay.

All information handled by the Cool Milk group is processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. All personal information is securely stored on Cool Milk’s UK servers, and is never passed on to third parties without your permission.

We will automatically register your child to receive the free milk when they start school in September.  If you do not want your child to receive milk please let us know.


You may have heard about the National Fruit Scheme for 4 to 6 year olds.  Under the scheme, each child will be entitled to receive a free piece of fruit each school day.  Scientists agree that everybody, including children, can reduce their risk of heart disease and cancer by eating at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day.  On average, children in the UK currently eat only 2 portions a day.

Our school participates in this scheme, which reinforces our commitment to healthy eating.  Your child will be offered ‘the fruit of the day’ at morning break.

If your child has sandwiches for lunch, please note the scheme is not intended to replace any fruit that you may normally include in your child’s packed lunch.  The purpose of the scheme is to increase a child’s daily intake of fruit.

The fruit will be fresh and of good quality, equivalent to the fruit that we buy in the shops.  The aim is for the children to have a positive and enjoyable experience of fruit.

The scheme is voluntary, and there is no obligation for your child to take part.  We hope that you will share our belief that the scheme will help us to teach them the benefits of healthy eating.

If you do not wish you child to participate in the scheme, please let us know.  It is essential that you inform us of any allergies your child may have, so that we can ensure they are not given anything that will harm them.

If you have any questions, please contact the School.