Catering


Just as children are laying the foundations for a life of learning and rich experience, they are also taking early steps towards a healthy mind and body. This is where food plays an essential role.

Our catering providers bring the fun and excitement of food to our youngest children. Colours, textures and taste are there to be explored and enjoyed. There is always something on the menu for each child to enjoy.

Our providers supply nutritious and balanced meals with varying menus which change each term. We strive to provide tasty and nutritious meals whilst impacting the environment as little as possible.

Our kitchens minimise the use of single-use plastics in the storage, perperation and serving of food.

Drinking water is freely available and children are encouraged to bring in reusable bottles.

Alongside the work we do to reduce single-use plastics across the business, we also recycle our food waste into green energy through ReFood.

You can access sample menus below.

Our dinners are cooked on site by TNS Catering in line with government food-based standards for school lunches. We try to encourage children to make healthy food choices at lunchtime and ensure that meals meet nutritional requirements. 

The cost of a meal is £2.10 a day / £10.50 a week. 

Payment to be made via Parent Pay. Any money sent to the Academy must be in a sealed envelope with your child’s name on it and given to the class teacher or support staff. 

Please send all dinner money in on a Monday.  

Magic Breakfast 

We are proud to have joined the government’s National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast. 

As an NSBP School, we are pleased to offer a healthy breakfast to all our children, and enjoy the benefits that brings, with children settled and ready to learn at the start of the day.  

Our ‘Bagel Bar Grab and Go’ breakfast has been a huge success and children are literally running into school to get their bagel before the start of school. Reception and KS1 pupils can get their bagels in class or visit the KS2 Bagel Bar with their older siblings. 

Bagels are also available in the Breakfast Club before school, along with a selection of healthy cereals and fruit juice. 

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