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School Lunches

Children can have either a school meal from the school kitchen or bring in a packed lunch.  To provide flexibility lunch registers are taken every morning allowing parents to make a choice between a school meal or a packed lunch daily.  Lunchtime is held from 12noon - 1.15pm, with children in KS2 eating first, followed by the children in Reception and KS1.  Please call the school office if you would like to discuss your child's food allergies. 

School Meals

Our healthy and nutritious school meals are prepared on-site daily by Enfield Catering Services following the food standards laid out by the Department for Education.  Menus are run on a rolling two week basis and are seasonal i.e. the autumn menu runs from after the October half term until the February half term, the spring menu runs from after the February half term until the May half term and the summer menu runs from after the May half term until the October half term. 

School meals are free for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 and cost £2.80 per meal for children in Years 3-6.  Parents should pay for their children's meals in advance through ParentPay. 

This term's menus can be found at the bottom of the page.

If you believe your child is eligible for Free School Meals please click on the button below to apply through Enfield Council or, alternatively, a form can be downloaded (at the bottom of the page) and handed in to the school office for the attention of the School Business Manager.

 

Packed Lunches

If your child is bringing in a packed lunch please ensure that it does not contain fizzy drinks, sweets, chocolates/chocolate bars. 

As with all items brought into the school we ask that you clearly label your child's lunchbox with their name and class.

Please also note that we are a nut-free school as many children suffer from nut allergies and we ask that you do not send in any products that contain nuts. 

School Fruit Scheme and Snacks

We are very pleased to be part of the government's Schools Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) which daily provides a free fruit or vegetable for all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

We encourage parents to send a fruit or vegetable in for their older children as a snack which can be eaten during the breaks. Please do not send in any sweets, nuts or chocolates/chocolate bars. 

St. Paul's C of E Primary School, Ringwood Way, London N21 2RA

020 8360 3137