Our Value for this term is UNITY

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School Meals

Paying for School Meals

School meals can be paid for using ParentMail. You can access ParentMail here.

Pre-Ordering School Meals

You can now pre-order your children's meals up to a term in advance!

All you have to do is visit https://relishschoolfood.co.uk/parents/ and register on the free parent portal to get started.
Please note, meals need to be ordered by midnight before the day of selection, you cannot pre-order the meal on the morning of the day as the meals would have already been synced with the system. For more information please click here.

Happy Diners

All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 may eat school meals on a daily basis FREE of charge.  The Government funded 'Universal Free School Meals' scheme funds schools to provide a meal for our infant classes.  You don't need to do anything to take up this offer except register your child online at ParentMail.  You do not need to make any payment - the meals are free for all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

Here are our latest menus:

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Have a look at the gallery below, which shows some of the tasty food our kitchen has created for us:




“The Trust is working hard to ensure that we provide the advertised menu in all of our schools on a daily basis. Unfortunately with the growing national shortage of drivers combined with the Global impact COVID has had on food manufacturers,  we may have to make changes to the menus at short notice.  The Trust is working hard with our nominated suppliers,  to ensure we are given as much notice as possible to any potential shortages.

To try and mitigate these, we have increased our stockholding and are looking to increase the number of nominated suppliers.  We want to reassure all parents that if we do have to adapt the menus, we will look to replace them with a similar product, and ensure that the students' dietary requirements are not affected and that we will continue to meet the local authority guidelines on food standards.”