There is a three-weekly menu, details of which can be obtained from the school office or downloaded below.
Alternatively, your child may bring a packed lunch if you wish. Please ensure that lunch boxes and drink containers are unbreakable and clearly named. Fizzy drinks and sweets (including chocolate bars) should not be included in lunches.
For more information on the government’s vision for school meals, visit the School Food Plan website.
In additon, the government provides a piece of fresh fruit for all children in Foundation and KS1.
Free School Meals
If you think you may be eligible for free school meals, visit the Free School Meals link.
If you would prefer to complete a form rather than login into the portal and registering, we can provide you with a hard copy (copy to download below), or just call into the office to pick one up. Alternatively, if you would prefer for us to complete it on your behalf, we can do this for you also. We would need to have your written email confirmation of you requesting us to act on your behalf, which you can do easily by dropping a quick email into the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t worry if your child has a food allergy or intolerance, just let us know and we can give you some forms for yourself and a medical practitioner to complete. Arrangements will be made to provide your child with suitable meals.
The menu indicates where a meal includes ingredients with gluten. Should you wish to see more detailed ingredient details please use the link below to the Devon Norse site or ask at the office.
Our school meals are prepared and cooked by Devon Norse, who cook the meals at The Cranbrook Campus School and deliver them to us. Find out more by visiting www.devonnorse.co.uk You can also contact Devon Norse directly using the email email@example.com.
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