School Meals

We have our own production kitchen where we prepare freshly cooked meals for our pupils. Key Stage 1 children (Year Reception to Year 2), are entitled to a free hot meal under the Universal Infant Free school Meals Scheme. Key Stage 2 children can purchase these meals at £2.30 per day.

All meals should be booked and paid for in advance. Orders placed on the day will be subject to availability.  All children will receive a booking form with details of how to book. Copies of these are available here to download or from the school office.

Some children in all year groups may be entitled to Free School Meals, please see the link below for more details.

http://www.somerset.gov.uk/education-learning-and-schools/school-life/free-school-meals/

Should your child have any food allergies or intolerances, please complete and return the Special Diet Referral Form that is available here to download.

 

School Meals Date  
Special Diets Form 2018.pdf 22nd Feb 2018 Download
Choice Slip Feb to July 2018.pptx 05th Feb 2018 Download

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Chard school trust leader elected to panel for improving education Posted on: 29/11/2017

Chard school trust leader elected to panel for improving education

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Principal of The Redstart Learning Partnership, Suzanne Flack has been elected to the Headteacher Board for the South West region. Headteacher Boards provide advice and scrutiny for the Regional Schools Commissioner.  Members make recommendations for new multi-academy trusts, new sponsors for multi-academy trusts, and look at improvement plans where schools are not performing as well as they should. Suzanne Flack has led The Redstart Learning Partnership, a multi-academy trust based in Chard, Somerset since 2015.  It currently manages five schools, a mix of small rural and larger town-based schools across south Somerset. Suzanne said:  “It’s vitally important that the views and experiences of all kinds of educational backgrounds are considered when important decisions are being made about our nurseries, primary, secondary, special schools and colleges.  I’m delighted to be elected to the board and will use my background in the primary school sector, particularly with rural schools, to help guide local education policies.” Eric van den Barselaar the Chairman of The Redstart Learning Partnership stated: “Having our Chief Executive involved with the South West Headteacher Board will directly benefit all the schools and children in The Redstart Learning Partnership. The Headteacher Boards have already helped a growing number of academies to share expertise with neighbouring schools and within multi-academy trusts, driving improvement for thousands of pupils.”Categories: 1 CategorySchool News
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