The school is committed to promoting healthy eating as part of our Personal, Social and Health education programme. Our school meals are an important way of presenting children with a range of healthy but appealing food options. The school meal service is provided by a Company called Caterlink. Meals are prepared on site and served in the West hall using a cafeteria system. The school cook and the kitchen staff provide a very high standard of midday meal. There is always a choice of menu including a vegetarian dish and sandwiches, plus an excellent salad bar. Packed lunches are also provided when children go on school visits. Dinner money is collected on a Monday morning in special envelopes provided by the school. Any cheques for dinner money must be made payable to Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. If you are paying for more than one child, one cheque can be written for the total amount. All Reception and Key Stage 1 children are entitled to a free school meal. A free school meal is provided to some Key Stage 2 children by reason of the parent's income level in accordance with scales laid down by the local education authority. If you think your child may be entitled to free meals please contact the school or the Education Offices. Children receiving free school meals are not distinguished from those who pay. Part of the school budget is allocated according to the number of pupils entitled to a free school meal. Therefore, please apply if you think your child may be entitled to free meals, even if you do not wish them to take their free meal. The school received funding in the form of a Pupil Premium, based on the number of pupils entitled to a free school meal, to narrow the gap in attainment of pupils from financially less advantaged backgrounds. This funding is used for
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