School Meals

 

 

 

 

Summerbank School is a healthy school, we encourage children to make healthy choices in what they eat and drink.

 

 Morning Snacks

 

Children in the Foundation stage and Key Stage 1 (nursery to year 2) are supplied with milk, juice and fruit during the day at a cost of £1 per week which should be handed to the class teacher on a Monday morning.

 

Children in Key Stage 2 (years 3 - 6) have the opportunity to purchase toast, milk or fruit.  Snacks are ordered first thing in a morning during registration.  Toast is 25p, milk is 20p and an apple is 20p,.or you may choose to send your child with a piece of fruit to eat at breaktime. Your child will need to bring in the money for snacks on a daily basis.  This service is provided by the City School Meals Service to help promote healthy eating.

 

 

School Dinners

 

School meals are available for £11 per child per week (£2.20 per day).  The full amount of £11 is to be sent into school on a  Monday morning with your child in a clearly marked envelope or container. 

 

If you wish your child to change preferences to a packed lunch or to a school dinner we would prefer that you wait until the end of the term, unless it is due to exceptional circumstances.

 

Free School Meals

 As part of a Government initiative, all children in Reception, Year One and Year Two are entitled to receive a free school meal.  

It is very important that you apply for free school meals if you are eligible because it affects the amount of funding that we receive in our school budget (even if your child is in FS, Y1 or Y2).  Please call into the office for an application form if you feel that you are eligible (see eligibility criteria below).  Please ensure that you bring proof of benefit with you.

 

Free School Meals Eligibility

 

You may eligible for Free School Meals if:

  • You are in receipt of Child Tax Credit and do not receive Working Tax Credit and your annual income is less than £16,190
  • or you receive Income Support or income-based Job Seekers Allowance or income-related Employment Support Allowance or the Guarantee element of Pension Credit
  • or you are supported by NASS as an asylum seeker

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Summerbank School is a healthy school, we encourage children to make healthy choices in what they eat and drink.

 

 Morning Snacks

 

Children in the Foundation stage and Key Stage 1 (nursery to year 2) are supplied with milk, juice and fruit during the day at a cost of £1 per week which should be handed to the class teacher on a Monday morning.

 

Children in Key Stage 2 (years 3 - 6) have the opportunity to purchase toast, milk or fruit.  Snacks are ordered first thing in a morning during registration.  Toast is 25p, milk is 20p and an apple is 20p,.or you may choose to send your child with a piece of fruit to eat at breaktime. Your child will need to bring in the money for snacks on a daily basis.  This service is provided by the City School Meals Service to help promote healthy eating.

 

 

School Dinners

 

School meals are available for £11 per child per week (£2.20 per day).  The full amount of £11 is to be sent into school on a  Monday morning with your child in a clearly marked envelope or container. 

 

If you wish your child to change preferences to a packed lunch or to a school dinner we would prefer that you wait until the end of the term, unless it is due to exceptional circumstances.

 

Free School Meals

 As part of a Government initiative, all children in Reception, Year One and Year Two are entitled to receive a free school meal.  

It is very important that you apply for free school meals if you are eligible because it affects the amount of funding that we receive in our school budget (even if your child is in FS, Y1 or Y2).  Please call into the office for an application form if you feel that you are eligible (see eligibility criteria below).  Please ensure that you bring proof of benefit with you.

 

Free School Meals Eligibility

 

You may eligible for Free School Meals if:

  • You are in receipt of Child Tax Credit and do not receive Working Tax Credit and your annual income is less than £16,190
  • or you receive Income Support or income-based Job Seekers Allowance or income-related Employment Support Allowance or the Guarantee element of Pension Credit
  • or you are supported by NASS as an asylum seeker

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