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Sherston C of E

Primary School

Learning, Caring and Achieving Together

School Lunches

Term 4 2024 Lunch Menu


Please find below the lunch menu for Term 4, with new choices on offer following discussions with our School Council and survey feedback from our KS2 children:

 

New menu options for T4:

  • Margherita Pizza 'add you own toppings' - children will be able to add a variety of veggie toppings to their Margherita Pizza on the day
  • Beef Burger or Veggie Burger with Jacket Wedges & Veggies 
  • Chicken Nuggets or Quorn Nuggets with Herby Diced Potatoes & Veggies 
  • Chocolate Brownie
  • Firm favourites including Mac & Cheese, Roast (chicken every week) and Fish & Chips will all still be available 

 

A hot main and vegetarian meal choice is available every day, along with a jacket potato option on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays and a classic tomato soup with cheese sandwich option on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  

 

Did you Know?

  • Our Margherita pizzas are freshly baked on a brown bread base
  • Our classic tomato soup is freshly made 
  • In addition to lots of tomatoes, our freshly made Tomato Super Sauce also contains courgettes, red peppers, carrots and red onions
  • Portion sizes have been increased for older children
  • Freshly baked bread and fresh fruit always on offer...as are 'seconds'!
  • E&W use Red Tractor or Farm Assured Meat and MSC Certified fish to encourage sustainable fishing practices
  • Seasonal vegetables are sourced from local farms wherever possible and E&W use Fairtrade products
  • There are three dessert options on offer every day - fresh fruit, yoghurts and a different freshly made dessert (e.g. flapjacks, brownies, shortbread, crumbles, jelly etc)
  • If you are interested in the nutritional value for each menu item please see below for more details

Free School Meals

 

All pupils between reception and year 2 automatically receive Universal Infant Free School Meals (UiFSM). If your child is in year 3 or above, find out if they could still qualify for a free school meal on the Wiltshire Council website.  

 

Some pupils from lower income households, who are entitled to UiFSM, will also be able to benefit from extra funding towards their child’s education.  This is called Pupil premium funding and you apply for it in the same way as applying for Free School Meals.  Please come and see us in the office if you would like any help with the application process.

 

You'll find more information about how we support our Pupil Premium children here. 

Special Diets

 

If your child requires a special diet for medical reasons, please see the E&W website: www.edwardsandward.co.uk. E&W are happy to provide allergen information, nutrition counts or adapted menus for any child registered as having a diagnosed allergy, intolerance or medical condition. 

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