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Church of England Primary School

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School Meals

School Meal Information

School meals are prepared off site by the LA Food Support Service.  Our school meals, although not cooked on the premises, are nutritious and good value.  All meals should be ordered on the school money system no later than midnight the night before a meal is required.  The school operate a cashless system so all school meals need to be paid for at the time of ordering online. 

Should you receive Universal Infant Free School Meals or Free School Meals, no payment will be required but the meal should still be ordered online.

 

Alternatively, your child can bring a nutritious packed lunch, which will be eaten in the school hall.  Water is available, but children can bring their own drinks.  Please do not send glass bottles, cans or fizzy drinks.

 

Universal Infant Free School Meals

For ALL children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2, the government provide Universal Infant School Meals.  This means that your child in EYFS and KS1 can enjoy a school meal at no cost to you.  If your child does not like the meal selection for a particular day, they may order a jacket potato instead.  Please do encourage your child to take up this free meal.

 

Free School Meals

Families on low incomes can apply for their child to receive Free School Meals.  This should be applied for even if your child is in EYFS or KS1 as it will entitle your child to additonal benefits such as subsidised school trips, subsidised after school clubs, free school uniform, free break milk and targeted support for individual pupils.

To apply for Free School Meals please complete the attached form and return to Leicestershire County Council:

 

 

School Dinner Menu 

School Money

All parents will receive individual login information for the School Money system.

To log in to school money visit:

 

https://login.eduspot.co.uk/public/portal/parent/?app=schoolmoney

 

You will need to answer 4 security questions: mobile number, email address, password and child's name.  This must match the information the school holds for you.  Should you have changed your email address or phone number please advise the school office.

Please be aware that each child has a password and you need the one that corresponds with the child that you select at this point.  Once in the system you should be able to see all your children.

 

Please see the Userguide for more information:

Mid-Morning Break

Children in EYFS and KS1 are entitled to a piece of fruit provided by the school at break time.  Children in KS2 should bring in their  own fruit or vegetables.

 

Water is available throughout the day for all pupils.

 

Milk is available to all children until their 5th birthday.  To claim you need to register your child at www.coolmilk.com.   Milk is subsidised after their 5th birthday.  Children entitled to Free School Meals can also request free milk for break time.

 

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