School Meals

Our school has a school kitchen where meals are prepared on a daily basis on site.  The Nottinghamshire School Meals Service provides the service and meals for our school.  In Nottinghamshire we are actively trying to reduce our carbon footprint and are proud to be going local with our school dinners, to cut down on our food miles.  Our school dinners are packed with fresh and tasty ingredients which meet many strictly regulated food assurance schemes.

For every new menu we always search high and low across our region for the very best quality products to make exciting meals.  We have introduced even more organic items to our meals, including potatoes, pasta and milk ensuring your child gets all the goodness and taste from their food.

Good eating habits can last a lifetime and Food for Life is a great opportunity to help understand where our food comes from and the importance of it on our health.

Find out more at www.foodforlife.org

Winter menu 2019

Free School Meals Information and Application Form

http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/education/school-meals/free-school-meals-and-milk

Special Diets and Allergies

We aim to ensure all pupils have access to healthy school dinners regardless of any special requirements.

If your child’s diet does not suit our menus due to any food allergies or intolerances, religious or ethnical beliefs please let us know so we can make alternative arrangements.  Please complete an EC46 pupil dietary/food allergy request form and return to the school office.  Any allergies and intolerences must be accompanied and supported by medical documentation from the child’s GP or other medical professional.

EC46 special diet requests form

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