The school kitchen, in partnership with Norse Catering, provides a mini-choice menu and meals are cooked on the premises. To find out more about Norse school catering please click the logo below.
A message from Norse regarding Brexit:-
“As we are now approaching the end of January, we thought it may be useful for you to have further assurances around your school meal provision after Brexit.
We hope it will be a case of ‘business as usual’ but will, of course, communicate any changes or menu adjustments in the coming months as promptly as possible.
Please do speak to your Account Manager (via the school office) if you have any queries.”
Our school meal provider would like to assure you that they fully adhere to the school food standards, with their Primary School Menu being accredited as Bronze level Food for Life by the Soil Association.
“We are extremely proud of the fact we source the majority of our ingredients from local suppliers and we offer your children freshly cooked, well-balanced meals every school day.”
~ on behalf of Norse Commercial Services
Where a child has dietary, cultural, medical or special educational needs which impact diet, we ask parents to discuss those needs with us, as well as fill in the Norse ‘Allergen Aware Registration Form’.
The school kitchen provides a mini-choice menu and meals are cooked on the premises. All children eat together in the hall.
If your child has special dietary needs, please fill in this Norse Registration Form, and return to the address listed on the first page.
You can download the latest menus further down on this page. Allergen chart for the Autumn-Winter 2019-20 menu is available here.
All the downloadable documents mentioned on this page are also listed under the Related documents section.
You may be eligible for a free school meal if as a parent or guardian you are in receipt of the following:
We need information about you and your child, so that we can provide them with the best education and support, by making sure that the school receives all the government funding to which it is entitled. Please complete the form (which you will receive with your Admission Form) and return it to us as soon as possible.
There are facilities at the school for children to bring packed lunches. These should be packed in a plastic container clearly marked with your child’s name.
On Health and Safety grounds, our policy is that no peanut butter or nut products are permitted in school. In line with our Healthy Eating Policy, packed lunches should not contain sweets, fizzy drinks or chocolate bars. We encourage children to eat fruit and vegetables wherever possible.
Norse Catering’s Autumn/Winter 2019 School Menu is available to download here.
Norse Catering’s Autumn/Winter 2019 School Jacket Potato Menu is available to download here.
Norse Catering’s Autumn/Winter 2019 School Packed Lunch Menu is available to download here.
The latest menus, ‘allergen aware’ registration form, and allergen information are also available in this page’s ‘Related Documents‘ section.
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