Dinner Money Collection Policy
Our School Lunches
Pasta cooked and served in a white sauce, with chopped onions and diced ham.
Chinese Pork with Noodles
Diced pork cooked with ginger, Garlic, spices, & Vegetables, with a light sauce
Served with Rice or Noodles
Lancashire Hot Pot
Diced Lamb, braised with Vegetables, in a light gravy, topped with Sliced potatoes
Sweet potato, Cauliflower, & Spinach Pasta Bake
Diced sweet potato, cauliflower, spinach with onions, garlic and Chopped Tomatoes mixed with pasta.
Chopped tomatoes, diced onions, diced Peppers made in to a tomato sauce, served with Pasta. Topped with grated cheese
Mince Beef, onions, chopped Tomatoes, garlic, herbs, braised to make a lovely bolognese sauce. Mixed with Pasta shapes and served with Garlic bread
Vegetable Tikka Masala
Sticks of Vegetables and tomatoes cooked in a mild curry sauce, Served with Rice
Strips of Beef, peppers, & onions, seasoning served in a soft tortilla.
Minced Beef, diced onions, carrots, braised in gravy. Topped with a sweet potato mash topping.
Tomato & Mascarpone Pasta
Chopped tomatoes, Garlic, onions made in to a sauce with mascarpone, then mixed with pasta shapes and served with garlic bread
Spanish Rice pot
Chicken, onions, herbs, spices, chopped tomatoes, diced peppers, braise with rice to make a lovely Spanish dish.
Very similar to Paella.
Diced beef, braised in a curry sauce with onions and peppers
Healthy Packed Lunches and Break Time Snacks
Children in the infants have free fruit or vegetables to eat every morning.
We offer a Healthy Snack Bar for children in the juniors each morning.
Toast, Bagels every day 30p each
Bacon Baps (Fridays only) 50p each
Milk shake cartons 40p
Cartons of juice 40p
Fresh Fruit 40p
Children should bring healthy snacks - chocolate and sweets should NOT be brought in to school.
Money comes into schools in different ways. One way that money comes into its central budget is from infant school dinners.
The government pay for children in the infants to have a free meal each day. The money is put into the school budget at the start of September (which we receive monthly). In order to decide how much money to allocate each school they carry out a census in the Autumn and Spring Terms. They work out how many infant children have a dinner on those two days and allocate funds accordingly.
- If a child does not have a dinner on that day but has a dinner every other day of the year, the school would pay for the dinners. This would come out of the school’s central budget.
- If a child has a dinner on that day and has a dinner every other day, or most days, the government would pay for the dinners throughout the year.
- If a child has a dinner on that day but does not have one on any other day of the year, the government will allocate funds to pay for a dinner each day of the year. This money would go into the school’s central budget.
If every child in the infants had a child on the census days then we calculate that this would bring in a small amount of additional money to the school’s central budget and no cost incurred by parents or the school.