Please be aware that we have pupils in school with nut allergies –
we would appreciate your assistance by not sending your child to school
or on trips with food containing nuts. Please cut foods which could potentially cause choking e.g grapes, cherry tomatoes.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
At St Peter's we are proud to say we have a regular weekly uptake of 90%+ school dinners. Mrs Plumb and Co. are an exceptional kitchen team who care deeply about the food they *prepare and serve.
*Dietary requirements can be catered for, speak directly to our amazing Mrs Plumb.
AUTUMN DINNERS TO OCT HALF TERM £97.50 (03/09/19-25/10/19) KS2 (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) £2.50 per day / £ 12.50 per week KS1 (Years Rec, 1 & 2) – Please note that meals are free for all KS1 children. If you wish to book a jacket potato for your child, please call the office to book before 9.30am. Adult dinners £3.60 / Early Years & Pre-School age £1.60 - Please book with the school office before 9.30am Please ensure your child’s dinners are paid for in advance by going onto Parentpay or sending payment to the school office We would be grateful if cheques for dinner money DO NOT include any other payments When sending cash into school with your child can you always enclose it in a sealed envelope with your child’s name & what the payment is for. Can you also ensure that cheques not enclosed in an envelope have your child’s name and details of what the payment is for written on the back. Cheques made payable to : St. Peters CofE Academy
Milk (KS1 & KS2)
If you would like your child to receive milk and they are not already registered,
please ask the office for a ‘cool milk’ leaflet that will provide you with
further information and how to apply online.
If your child prefers a packed lunch we encourage a healthy balanced lunch box, *see image example below. Government guidelines suggest this also. To prevent potential choking please cut up certain food items e.g. grapes, cherry tomatoes, etc
We have staff regularly trained in choking recovery and 1st aid. We ask children if they are choking or are sitting next to someone who appears to be choking to stand up and wave their arms above their head to gain attention.