Universal School Meals
All children in Reception and Key Stage 1 are entitled to a free school meal under the Government’s Universal Free School Meal Scheme which came into effect on September 1st 2014. Any parents who do not wish to take advantage of this scheme are able to send their child to school with a packed lunch.
Children in KS2 have the choice of either a hot dinner provided by catering staff, or a packed lunch brought from home. A menu is available on our website so that you and your child can select the meals you wish to take.
Free school meals
Pupils are entitled to free school meals if their parents receive:
- Income support
- Income based job seekers’ allowance
- Employment support allowance (income related)
- Child tax credit allowance with no working tax credit and an annual income below £16,190
- Pension credit
- Support under part V1 of the immigration and Asylum Act 1999.
For more information regarding school dinners, or if you think you might be entitled to free school meals, please call in at the office and speak to Mrs Freeman.