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Children can go home for lunch if parents wish but most children eat lunch at school. The school strongly encourages healthy, balanced lunches. Food containing nuts, including chocolate spreads, should not be brought as we have a number of children with serious nut allergies in school. All lunches brought into school should be in secure lunch box that is labelled. Drinks containers should be plastic or in cartoons with a straw. Children will not be allowed to eat chocolate bars, sweets or drink fizzy drinks as part of their lunch and these will be returned home if brought in by mistake.
We currently hold a 5* Food Hygiene certificate for our provision of lunches in the Diner.
We currently participate in the National Schools Fruit Scheme which entitles all children aged 4 – 7 to receive free fruit which is provided at morning break time. Therefore children in years R-2 do not need to bring a snack to school. Parents of children in Years 3 - 6 (Key Stage 2) are able to purchase fruit snacks from school or may provide a healthy fruit or vegetable snack for their child for morning playtime. If your KS2 child is eligible for Pupil Premium we will provide them with a piece of fruit for their snack. Sugary or unhealthy snacks are not permitted.
Children under the age of 5 are entitled to free school milk and after the age of 5 this can be purchased.