Pupils from Y5 work serve tuck shop. We sell a range of healthy items including bread sticks, cheese and juice…delicious! We recommend bringing 50p or £1.
We have a Fresh Fruit Bar every morning, where pupils from Key Stage 1 and 2 choose a piece of fresh fruit to eat during first break.
This gives us lots of energy to play and work hard after break!
School lunches are provided by Taylor-Shaw and meals run on a banded system (red, blue and green). Pupils complete a menu choice sheet at the beginning of every term, selecting main courses from a range of healthy options. Pupils also have access to a fresh salad bar to supplement their lunch. The link below is particularly useful for any parents who want to find out more about school meals provided by Taylor-Shaw including prices and menu choices.
Please see sample menu below:
If your child chooses to bring a packed lunch from home, we would encourage a balanced and healthy content. Here is a recommendation of the foods that would constitute a healthy lunch box and which foods to avoid. We do not allow fizzy drinks, chocolate bars or sweets.
According to the NHS a healthy lunch box should contain.
- Starchy foods like bread, rice, potatoes or pasta
- Protein foods like meat, fish, eggs or beans
- A dairy item, like cheese or yogurt
- Vegetables or salad and a portion of fruit
Below is an excellent website with hints and tips about creating healthy lunch boxes.