We have exciting news to share about our catering service. Our catering provider has been making lots of changes behind the scenes over the last year and are now called Twelve15 (formerly known as Commercial Services).
Twelve15 have over 70 years' experience in delivering catering services to schools. Team Twelve15 have a tried and tested track record of providing high-quality ingredients to create healthy, nutritious school meals prepared and cooked by dedicated professionals every school day.
Over 80% of the ingredients used in the Twelve15 menu is sourced from the UK. It is great assurance and peace of mind that the quality of the food that is being offered to the children is the highest possible and also good for the Earth in that it reduces food miles.
Team Twelve15 want to do more than just provide a school meal. They want to encourage pupils to make healthy food choices and to care about what they fuel their bodies with. They have also taken a new approach to the menu development and will work much closer with us, the children and parents to make sure the menu includes something for everyone and with all the good nutrition.
This term we have also introduced our new 'Deli Bags'.
For more information, please visit their website:
The school has a kitchen on-site where a choice of delicious fresh meals are prepared and cooked daily by our fabulous staff from Twelve15. Please click on the link below to order school meals on your SCO/pay account.
SCO PayLunches are served in our dining hall. A monthly menu is placed at the entrance to the dining hall and on the Parents notice board in our entrance hall – copies available above and from the school office. We are able to cater for most special dietary requirements - please complete and return the form below or ask for a copy from the office.
If you think your child may be entitled to free school meals, a form is available below or, again, from the school office. Children cannot be placed on the free meals register until confirmation of eligibility has been received - parents are asked to ensure that any forms are returned promptly. From September 2014, all KS1 pupils have been eligible for a free school meal: however, if you are in receipt of any benefits, please still complete and return the form as this will enable you to receive financial assistance with school trips and other activities in school.
Packed lunches are eaten under the supervision of our lovely Midday Supervisors. Lunches should be brought in a lunch-box marked clearly with your child’s name. The food provided should be simple and easily eaten and we would ask that you please adhere to our promotion of a healthy eating policy – no fizzy or high energy drinks or sweets allowed.
Warning – We are a nut-free zone!
Some teachers and children suffer from severe nut allergies, so no products containing nuts should be brought to school.