The school kitchen provides a changing menu of nutritious meals for our children, with a choice of main courses and a vegetarian option each day.
School lunches are £2 per day (£10 per week), and need to be paid for at the start of each week.
You can make easy online payments with our MCAS system. There’s more information in the Making Payments section of this site.
The children are allowed to opt for a packed lunch but we ask parents to ensure that it is a healthy one. Please avoid chocolate bars, biscuits or snacks such as crisps and fizzy drinks. For more information regarding healthy meals for children please visit www.schoolfoodplan.com
The children have access to water at all times both during lessons and in the Dining Hall. Please give your child a named water bottle to use and ensure that it only has water in it.
At present, all Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 pupils are given a piece of fruit at morning break.
Sweets are only allowed as special treats for the whole class on birthdays or from holidays. These must be given out at the end of school with a teacher’s consent.
Chewing gum or bubble gum is strictly forbidden.
Free school meals
Free school meals are available to some children according to family income.
To find out if your child qualifies for free school meals, or for further help, you can:
- Visit the Wakefield Free School Meals Website to download an application form and leaflet
- Contact Wakefield Family Services on 01924 305061
- Call the HMRC Tax Credit Helpline on 0845 300 3900
- Ask at the School Office for further advice, or send us an email to email@example.com
If you are entitled to register for free school meals please do so, even if your child has a packed lunch, as school receives extra funding through the Pupil Premium. Please note, it is your responsibility to renew your child’s entitlement as needed.