Children may bring a water bottle (no juice please) to drink throughout the day in addition to a drink provided with any packed lunch.
A fruit snack is provided by the school. Milk is also provided to children whose parents wish for them to have milk during the morning break. Children under the age of 5 can receive free milk. If you wish to participate please go to www.coolmilk.com to register your child.
Infant school children are now entitled to universal free school meals from September 2014. Online payments can be made for school uniform, trips and donations using www.scopay.com. Details of how to use this service can be found in the user instructions document.
If you need to pay using cash, please hand the money in a sealed envelope with your child's name and class, direct to the class teacher as we are unable to go through all school bags every day.
A team of Supervisory Assistants care for the children under the guidance of our Senior Lunchtime Supervisor.
Children are encouraged to make their own menu choices, although parents are able to make selections where this more appropriate.
Parents may choose a school dinner or bring a packed lunch from home.
If you are in receipt of Income Support, are in the Armed Forces or care for a 'Looked After' or adopted child the school is able to receive additional 'Pupil Premium' funding to support your child's education. If you think that your children may be eligible for Pupil Premium funding please speak to the school office.
The school kitchen can cater for children who require a special dietry menu. For more information about what diets are catered for and how to apply for a special dietry menu, please visit https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/hc3s/primaryschools/specialdiets