School Meals at Warmsworth Primary School
All children in Foundation 2, Year 1 and Year 2 are currently entitled to receive a free school meal through the Universal Infant Free School Meals Scheme.
A school meal is also available for all Key Stage 2 pupils to purchase.
Payments for school meals for pupils in Key Stage 2 must be paid online via ParentPay or at a Pay Point using the appropriate payment card. All School meals must be paid for in advance of meals being taken. The cost of a school meal from 1 April 2022 will be £2.65 per day. Meals cancelled after 10:30 am will be charged at the full rate.
Some families may be eligible for means-tested Free School Meals. For more information and to make an online application, please follow the link below.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties paying for your child's school meals, please contact the school office for advice and support.
Governors agreed on Tuesday 15 March 2022 that a child's lunch money debt will not be allowed to exceed £7.95. If the debt is not cleared we will contact you to remind you that unless payment is made immediately, then your child should either be taken home for lunch or a home packed lunch should be provided.
Pupils wishing to bring a packed lunch from home should bring it in a sealed and named container. We request that any foods containing nuts and sweets and chocolate are not sent as part of the packed lunch.
As part of our Healthy Schools provision, pupils are encouraged to consume fruit which is provided free of charge to Key Stage 1 by Doncaster Local Authority. We do not allow children to bring sweets, cerela bars (or similar) or chocolate for break-time snacks, but children in Key Stage 2 may bring their own fruit to consume at breaktime, if they wish.
All children are encouraged to drink water during the school day as this supports healthy body and mind. Please note, this must be plain water without flavouring or squash added.
Water bottles must be clear; preferably with a 'sports top'. Only in exceptional circumstances and with a proven medical condition (letter from a Medical Practitioner) may a child bring other fluids to drink.