School meals:

The cost of a school dinner from 1 September 2020 will be £2.45 per day.

Week 1 

 Monday 28 September 2020

Pizza

Veggie Finger

Waffles

Beans

Jelly & Fruit

 

 

Week 2

 Monday 5 October 2020

Meatballs

Veggie Burger

Diced Carrots

Gravy

Cupcake

Fruit 

 

Tuesday 29 September 2020

Chicken Fillet

Quorn Burger

Carrots

Roast Potatoes

Gravy

Oaty Biscuit

Fruit

 

 

Tuesday 6 October 2020

Spaghetti Bolognaise

Pasta Bake

Sweetcorn

Homemade Bread

Chocolate Crunch Biscuit

Fruit 

 

 

 Wednesday 30 September 2020

Sausage & Yorkshire Pudding

Veggie Sausage

Carrots

Mashed Potatoes

Cup Cakes

Fruit

 

 

Wednesday 7 October 2020

Roast Gammon

Veggie Meatballs

Mashed Potatoes

Carrot Batons

Gravy

Ice Cream Tub

Fruit

 

  Thursday 1 October 2020

Chicken Curry & Rice

Veggie ravioli

Peas & Sweetcorn

Naan Bread

Biscuit & Fruit Lolly

Fruit

 

 

Thursday 8 October 2020

Crispy Chicken

Country Bakes

Croquettes

Baked Beans

Yoghurt

Fruit 

 

 Friday  2 October 2020

Fish Fingers

Pasta Bake

Chipped Potatoes

Peas

Chocolate Brownie

Fruit

 

  

 Friday 9 October 2020

Fish Portion

Meat free Bolognaise

Chips

Peas

Summer Biscuit

Fruit

 

School Packed Lunch option

Ham or Vegetarian Cheese (Cold Choice)

Fruit or Fruit Jelly

Yoghurt

Bun or Biscuit

Bottle of water

 

School Packed Lunch option

Ham or Vegetarian Cheese (Cold Choice)

Fruit or Fruit Jelly

Yoghurt

Bun or Biscuit

Bottle of water

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governors have agreed at a meeting on Tuesday 19 March 2019 that a child's lunch money debt will not be allowed to exceed £7.35

 

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.

Milk:

Milk is available for all children and is provided free of charge to all children entitled to Free School Meals and for those children under the age of 5.   Milk can be ordered from Cool Milk who charge a small fee to supply this.

Snacks:

As part of our healthy schools focus, pupils are encouraged to consume fruit which is provided free of charge to KS1 pupils by the Local Authority.  We do not allow children to bring sweets or chocolate for break-time snacks.

Drinking water:

All children are encouraged to drink water during the school day.  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.

All new applications for free school meals must now be made on line at:

http://doncaster.gov.uk/services/schools/free-school-meals

Please click on the above link to apply.