Our  School Kitchen was awarded a 5 STAR ***** Food Hygiene rating at its last inspection in February 2023. 

Our provider is Cityserve who feed over 50,000 children within a 90 minute window every school day, and buy around £10m worth of food every year! Cityserve say...

  • We exist solely to support the nutritional wellbeing of students and we do not make profits from children
  • We adhere to the School Food Plan and ensure all of our food is fresh and nutritious
  • We work with students to understand what they want to eat and make sure that it meets the required standards of school food compliance
  • Our flexible menus comply with the Soil Association’s food for life catering mark requirements.

By creating healthy, nutritious meals, CITYSERVE is able to positively influence students’ perceptions of food and taste. Healthy eating is a continuous theme throughout all of our menus and we are committed to the wellbeing of students.

Eating in School should be a pleasurable experience; time well spent sharing good food with peers and teachers. Eating a healthy and nutritious meal is important in maintaining concentration and helping to contribute towards an excellent learning environment.

 

Our school provides a choice of a Hot Lunch menu and a Cold Lunch menu 

Our School Hot Lunch menu is currently rotated every three weeks.  Please check the school calendar to see what week we are on this week...

 

The full content of all our lunches is School Food Standards compliant.

 

Change in Legislation regarding food preparation 'Natasha's Law'

Natasha's Law comes into effect from 1st October 2021. The UK food information amendment was brought into effect on pre-packed food to protect those with food allergies. Please find below our Pupil and Staff List of known pre-packed food allergy ingredients for your information. Parents are responsible for informing school of allergies that their child has.  Staff also need to inform the school kitchen of any known allergies that they have.

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Lunch Menu Spring term 2024.pdf .pdf

Our  School Kitchen was awarded a 5 STAR ***** Food Hygiene rating at its last inspection in February 2023. 

Our provider is Cityserve who feed over 50,000 children within a 90 minute window every school day, and buy around £10m worth of food every year! Cityserve say...

  • We exist solely to support the nutritional wellbeing of students and we do not make profits from children
  • We adhere to the School Food Plan and ensure all of our food is fresh and nutritious
  • We work with students to understand what they want to eat and make sure that it meets the required standards of school food compliance
  • Our flexible menus comply with the Soil Association’s food for life catering mark requirements.

By creating healthy, nutritious meals, CITYSERVE is able to positively influence students’ perceptions of food and taste. Healthy eating is a continuous theme throughout all of our menus and we are committed to the wellbeing of students.

Eating in School should be a pleasurable experience; time well spent sharing good food with peers and teachers. Eating a healthy and nutritious meal is important in maintaining concentration and helping to contribute towards an excellent learning environment.

 

Our school provides a choice of a Hot Lunch menu and a Cold Lunch menu 

Our School Hot Lunch menu is currently rotated every three weeks.  Please check the school calendar to see what week we are on this week...

 

The full content of all our lunches is School Food Standards compliant.

 

Change in Legislation regarding food preparation 'Natasha's Law'

Natasha's Law comes into effect from 1st October 2021. The UK food information amendment was brought into effect on pre-packed food to protect those with food allergies. Please find below our Pupil and Staff List of known pre-packed food allergy ingredients for your information. Parents are responsible for informing school of allergies that their child has.  Staff also need to inform the school kitchen of any known allergies that they have.

NameFormat
Files
Lunch Menu Spring term 2024.pdf .pdf

Our  School Kitchen was awarded a 5 STAR ***** Food Hygiene rating at its last inspection in February 2023. 

Our provider is Cityserve who feed over 50,000 children within a 90 minute window every school day, and buy around £10m worth of food every year! Cityserve say...

  • We exist solely to support the nutritional wellbeing of students and we do not make profits from children
  • We adhere to the School Food Plan and ensure all of our food is fresh and nutritious
  • We work with students to understand what they want to eat and make sure that it meets the required standards of school food compliance
  • Our flexible menus comply with the Soil Association’s food for life catering mark requirements.

By creating healthy, nutritious meals, CITYSERVE is able to positively influence students’ perceptions of food and taste. Healthy eating is a continuous theme throughout all of our menus and we are committed to the wellbeing of students.

Eating in School should be a pleasurable experience; time well spent sharing good food with peers and teachers. Eating a healthy and nutritious meal is important in maintaining concentration and helping to contribute towards an excellent learning environment.

 

Our school provides a choice of a Hot Lunch menu and a Cold Lunch menu 

Our School Hot Lunch menu is currently rotated every three weeks.  Please check the school calendar to see what week we are on this week...

 

The full content of all our lunches is School Food Standards compliant.

 

Change in Legislation regarding food preparation 'Natasha's Law'

Natasha's Law comes into effect from 1st October 2021. The UK food information amendment was brought into effect on pre-packed food to protect those with food allergies. Please find below our Pupil and Staff List of known pre-packed food allergy ingredients for your information. Parents are responsible for informing school of allergies that their child has.  Staff also need to inform the school kitchen of any known allergies that they have.

NameFormat
Files
Lunch Menu Spring term 2024.pdf .pdf

Our  School Kitchen was awarded a 5 STAR ***** Food Hygiene rating at its last inspection in February 2023. 

Our provider is Cityserve who feed over 50,000 children within a 90 minute window every school day, and buy around £10m worth of food every year! Cityserve say...

  • We exist solely to support the nutritional wellbeing of students and we do not make profits from children
  • We adhere to the School Food Plan and ensure all of our food is fresh and nutritious
  • We work with students to understand what they want to eat and make sure that it meets the required standards of school food compliance
  • Our flexible menus comply with the Soil Association’s food for life catering mark requirements.

By creating healthy, nutritious meals, CITYSERVE is able to positively influence students’ perceptions of food and taste. Healthy eating is a continuous theme throughout all of our menus and we are committed to the wellbeing of students.

Eating in School should be a pleasurable experience; time well spent sharing good food with peers and teachers. Eating a healthy and nutritious meal is important in maintaining concentration and helping to contribute towards an excellent learning environment.

 

Our school provides a choice of a Hot Lunch menu and a Cold Lunch menu 

Our School Hot Lunch menu is currently rotated every three weeks.  Please check the school calendar to see what week we are on this week...

 

The full content of all our lunches is School Food Standards compliant.

 

Change in Legislation regarding food preparation 'Natasha's Law'

Natasha's Law comes into effect from 1st October 2021. The UK food information amendment was brought into effect on pre-packed food to protect those with food allergies. Please find below our Pupil and Staff List of known pre-packed food allergy ingredients for your information. Parents are responsible for informing school of allergies that their child has.  Staff also need to inform the school kitchen of any known allergies that they have.

NameFormat
Files
Lunch Menu Spring term 2024.pdf .pdf

Our  School Kitchen was awarded a 5 STAR ***** Food Hygiene rating at its last inspection in February 2023. 

Our provider is Cityserve who feed over 50,000 children within a 90 minute window every school day, and buy around £10m worth of food every year! Cityserve say...

  • We exist solely to support the nutritional wellbeing of students and we do not make profits from children
  • We adhere to the School Food Plan and ensure all of our food is fresh and nutritious
  • We work with students to understand what they want to eat and make sure that it meets the required standards of school food compliance
  • Our flexible menus comply with the Soil Association’s food for life catering mark requirements.

By creating healthy, nutritious meals, CITYSERVE is able to positively influence students’ perceptions of food and taste. Healthy eating is a continuous theme throughout all of our menus and we are committed to the wellbeing of students.

Eating in School should be a pleasurable experience; time well spent sharing good food with peers and teachers. Eating a healthy and nutritious meal is important in maintaining concentration and helping to contribute towards an excellent learning environment.

 

Our school provides a choice of a Hot Lunch menu and a Cold Lunch menu 

Our School Hot Lunch menu is currently rotated every three weeks.  Please check the school calendar to see what week we are on this week...

 

The full content of all our lunches is School Food Standards compliant.

 

Change in Legislation regarding food preparation 'Natasha's Law'

Natasha's Law comes into effect from 1st October 2021. The UK food information amendment was brought into effect on pre-packed food to protect those with food allergies. Please find below our Pupil and Staff List of known pre-packed food allergy ingredients for your information. Parents are responsible for informing school of allergies that their child has.  Staff also need to inform the school kitchen of any known allergies that they have.

NameFormat
Files
Lunch Menu Spring term 2024.pdf .pdf