School dinners cost £2.30 for children.
Payment of School Dinners
Payments can now be made on-line with a unique login and password. This is the schools preferred method of payment. The logins and passwords have been sent to parents by text or email along with a link to the payment site. If you have any issues making payment please contact the school office.
Payments can still be made by cash or cheque (payable to ‘South Gloucestershire Council) and should be sent into school on Monday in a sealed, named envelope, with your child, stating which days they are to have dinners.
If your child is away and you have paid for a school dinner then a credit or refund will be given.
April 2019 to October 2019 menu can found here Summer Menu 2018-2019 * There are changes to this menu during week 1 as follows:
Monday – There will be pizza pasta as well as a jacket potato option.
Tuesday – Pizza pasta is replaced by macaroni cheese.
November 2019 to July 2020 menu can be found here Winter Menu 2019-2020
Please note that the Jacket potato or baguette option is not available on ‘roast’ days. This is Tuesday and Thursday on the Winter Menu and Wednesdays on the Summer Menu.
TOAST: One slice of toast is 10p. This CANNOT be paid for on-line so can you please continue to send toast money in a separate envelope, showing your child’s name and class, as this is dealt with by the school kitchen and not the school office. Please note that if your child is away a refund cannot be made for toast.
MILK: Children are provided with free milk until their 5th birthday. After that milk can be ordered in advance and paid for by parents/carers. Letters are sent home at the end of Term 6, Term 2 and Term 4 with an order form. A letter stating the amount to be paid is sent separately at the start of the following term.
Please note – Milk is ordered in advance for two terms at a time (terms 1 &2, 3&4 and 5&6). You must return the order form for all children including those receiving free milk by the date on the letter otherwise they will be unable to have milk for those two terms.