“I use an ipad to help me check my work.” – LF
“I like the reward trips, especially lazer tag!” – JC
“I love going on lots of trips.” – TR
“The football team is great!” – SL
“My teacher is the best teacher ever!” – FR
“I love school because I love learning!” – SG
“I want to stay in the EAL Class forever!” – AP
“Maths lessons are the best!” – SW
“My teacher helps me when I don’t understand.” – AM
“I enjoy energy club because I play games with my friends.” – AS
“Netball club is good fun.” – SH
“I love EAL trips on the minibus.” – IL
“Maths is my best lesson because I like doing my times tables.” – KH
“Science is great because we get to do experiments.” – NC
“When I finish my work I help other people.” – CB
“I like going to ‘Little Pears’ because its fun and I can play games.” – AB

School & Packed Lunches


Our menus adhere to the 14 nutrient groups set out by the Government and are analysed using  the industry recognised Saffron nutrition


All of our meals are produced using Farm assured meats, Fish which meets the marine stewardship council standards (MSC),
Food contains no hydrogenated fats or undesirable additives.
Please ask at reception if you think your child is entitled to free school meals

To view the latest menus, please click here.

ALL children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 receive free school dinners.  Some older children are also entitled to free dinners and others pay for dinners or bring their own lunchboxes.



Lunch Boxes

Children in Years 3 to 6 may choose to bring lunch from home.  Lunch boxes and flasks should be clearly marked with the child’s name and class.  Parents should aim for a packed lunch to be healthy in order to provide children with a balanced diet.  A balanced diet is about eating lots of different foods to get the nutrients you need, and it’s sometimes hard to get that variety into children’s lunchboxes.

For suggestions on how to make a healthy lunch box please click on the links below:

NHS – Healthy Lunchboxes

Children’s Food Trust

Healthy Lunch