Free School Meals Application Forms
Apply online here at: https://forms.wakefield.gov.uk/Forms/schools/freeschoolmeals.aspx
Change4Life have created recipes and shopping lists for families which can be used to create lunches for around £15 per week.
Information can be found here:
As from the 8th March we are returning to our full menu with a choice of three sandwiches in a form of a 'Grab bag' and two hot meal options.
The grab bags will be eaten in class and all hot meals will be served in the dining area.
As from 1st April 2020 the cost of a school meal is £2.19 per day or £10.95 per week, payable in advance on Monday mornings.
Children may bring a packed lunch, however, please note we have no refrigerated facility in which to store them.
As from 31st October 2016 our school meals provider has been Feeding Hungry Minds formerly known as ISS Education.
Please use the link below to view their website for more information:-
Having received many requests from parents we are happy to say that as from September you have been able to pay for and order your child's meals online, if you wish to do so, using the website link above. Please note:- you do not have to pre-order your child's meal (as stated on the flyer below). Pupils will still be able to choose a meal on the day.
Please see below information on how to register .
Parent Payments and Meal Pre-Selections can be accessed on https://payment.cypad.net/ISSEducationNorth
Every day the children have a choice of several main courses. A vegetarian option, a non vegetarian option, a sandwich option or a jacket potato.
There is a choice of vegetables or a selection from our salad bar, along with fresh bread cooked on the premises every day.
As from September we are adding soup to accompany the sandwich option.
Finally the children have a selection of desserts to choose from.
We also operate a Monday and Friday Club, where children who normally bring a packed lunch to school can order a school meal.
Please use the links below to view the menu and an introductory letter from ISS
Our School Council have been working very hard this year carrying out a survey throughout school and having discussions with their classes about healthy eating and what should be included in a packed lunch.
Please see below the policy which has been created as a result of their hard work.
We encourage fruit to be sent into school for a snack, however could you please ensure the if grapes are sent in they are cut in half, this also applies if they are sent in as part of a packed lunch. Whole grapes have been identified as a choking hazard.