School meals are cooked on site by The School Lunch Company. The menus are decided upon following meetings each term with staff and the School Council

School Dinners Autumn 2020

 

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 1: Cheese and Tomato Pizza Slice

 

Diced Herby Potatoes

Sweetcorn, Peas

 

Apple Crumble with Custard

Oven Baked Sausages

OR

Vegetarian Sausages

 

Mashed Potatoes

Baked Beans, Carrots

 

Oat and Apricot Cookie

Pasta Carbonara

OR

Macaroni Cheese

 

Broccoli, Carrots

 

 

Raspberry Cupcake

Oven Baked Beef Burger in a Roll

OR

Southern Style Quorn Burger in a Roll

 

Sweetcorn, Coleslaw

 

Ginger Cookie

Fish Fingers and Chips

OR

Quorn Dippers and Chips

 

Peas, Baked Beans

 

 

Iced Fruit Smoothie

Week 2 : Cheese and Tomato Pizza Slice

 

Jacket Wedges

 

Sweetcorn, Coleslaw

 

 

Strawberry Jelly Pot

 

Chicken Burger in a Roll and Chips

OR

Quorn Dippers and Chips

 

Crudities

 

Fruit Flapjack

 

Sausage Roll

OR

(V) Sausage Roll

New Potatoes

Green Beans, Carrots

 

Sticky Toffee Pudding with Custard

Lasagne

OR

Vegetarian Lasagne

 

Broccoli, Sweetcorn

 

Chocolate and Orange Cupcake

Fish Fingers and Chips

OR

Fishless Fingers and Chips

Peas, Baked Beans

 

 

Ice Cream Tub

 

The School Lunch Company commit to quality, local and nutritious food.  The food is sourced locally wherever possible.
Children have a choice of bringing to school a packed lunch from home or having a hot cooked meal, provided by the school. We work closely with ‘The School Lunch Company’ to provide our children with hot, nutritious and enjoyable meals. Some key features of our meals are:
Meat and poultry comes from local butchers (sausages and burgers have a minimum 85% meat)
All bread is wholemeal and baked on the premises
A proportion of wholemeal flour is used in our pastries and crumbles to increase fibre and help slower release of energy
Oats are added to the crumble topping to help slower release of energy
Fruit is added to our puddings to help with the ’5 a day’ eg. Sultanas or apricots are added to the flapjack, fruit juice served with the cookie, dates in the sticky toffee pudding and fruit slice, fruit served with the jelly
Yogurts are low in fat
Pizza bases are wholemeal
Fish fingers are made with salmon for omega 3 values
Tomato ketchup is limited to 1 tsp per child on fish and burger day
No items are deep fried

School meals are currently free for our Reception, Year 1 and year 2 children. For children in Key Stage 2, the cost of a meal is £2.30.
Whether having a packed lunch or school meal, the children sit in friendship groups to eat their lunch in the hall and are supervised by at least 3 members of staff.IMG_2439