All pupils have a ten minute mid-morning break for
outside play. Prior to this they are given time to
eat a small snack which they can bring from home.
The school encourages healthy eating, so these
snacks should not be sweets or chocolate.
The school canteen is open at break time and all
children can buy toast, pancakes or scones. There
are two filtered water coolers in school to which
the children have access. Water bottles should be
brought in and can be filled as necessary.
There are 2 choices available at lunchtime.
Pupils may bring a packed lunch which they can eat
in designated classrooms. Lunches should consist of
wholesome food. Any uneaten items will be taken
home so that you can monitor what your child is
eating. Drinks should be in suitable containers
(not glass) and should not be fizzy.
They must be packed separately from school books to
School Meals are supplied by NEELB catering division.
Children taking dinners can choose between two
dinners and two desserts each day and water or milk
is available to all children.
A menu is sent home each Friday. Parents can
indicate their child’s choice for the following week
and return it with payment on a Monday morning.
Currently a standard charge of £2.60 per meal
applies. Parents who feel their child may qualify
for free school meals should speak to the school
Following lunch pupils have 20-30 minutes to play
in the playground where they are supervised at