From Monday 1st April 2019 our morning break and lunchtime catering service will be provided by Miquill Catering.
Miquill are experts in school catering and have years of experience when it comes to school food. If you have any questions about their service, or any special dietary requirements please get in touch either through school, or you can contact them via email on email@example.com or call on 01299 407088.
You will also find a host of information on their website – www.miquillcatering.co.uk
A balanced two course meal made from quality ingredients is priced at £2.50. Meals must be paid for in advance. All money should be paid via ParentPay. Please contact the office if you have any problems.
Free School Meals
To apply for benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM), please speak to the school office.
You will need to provide the school with:
your full name
date of birth
and National Insurance (NI) number or National Asylum Support Service (NASS) reference number
We will then share your details with the City of Wolverhampton Council. They check eligibility using a secure Government website.
If you are found eligible, we will let you know.
If you have No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF), you will need to complete an application form and provide additional evidence to the school.
Schools receive valuable Government funding (Pupil Premium) for every child registered for FSM. Even if your child chooses not to eat school meals, we would still encourage you to register.
Registering for FSM also entitles children to access the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme during Christmas, Easter and Summer school holidays
Further information can also be found on the following link:
Parents are welcome to send packed lunches with their child/children. Please ensure that these are in a container with your child’s name on. Drinks should be in a carton or plastic container with a straw or cup. Please do not send bottles or cans. We try to encourage our children to eat a healthy diet. Please be aware that we are a completely nut free school, due to a child with a severe allergy in school. Lunchboxes should not contain any nuts or products made with nuts (i.e. peanut butter or Nutella).
Snacks for Break
Children are welcome to bring fruit or fruit bars to eat at break. The national fruit scheme operates in school. All children in Foundation Stage to Key Stage 1 are given "free fruit" each day.
Every child under the age of five is entitled to free milk to drink. If you wish for your child to continue having milk once they turn 5, please register your child online at www.coolmilk/register who will deal with your request and calculate payment required until the end of term. If your child is over the age of five, please register your child online at www.coolmilk/register, milk will cost approximately £15 and is paid through Cool Milk.