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School Lunches

 

Sky College are the provider of hot meals at North Curry Primary School.

 

We have a three week rolling menu. Parents are asked to place orders via their ParentMail account no later than midnight on the Wednesday of the week before. 

 

However, where a school holiday falls, the cut off will be the Wednesday of the last week of term. 

 

Unfortunately ParentMail will allow orders to be placed after these cut off times, however we will not be able to process these orders and therefore a packed lunch will need to be provided if the cut off is missed. 

If your child does not appear on the lunch register, we will contact you so that a packed lunch can be provided for the rest of the week. Please be assured that we will always provide children with a meal and will contact you if a packed lunch is required.

 

A copy of the latest menu and allergen details can be viewed below.

 

Please note: If the sandwich option is ordered, either a ham or cheese sandwich will be provided unless the school office is notified differently.

 

IMPORTANT: Please ensure you notify the school office with regards any special dietary requirements. Thank you.

School Meal Letter Autumn 2019

Autumn Term Menu 2019

Spring Term Menu 2020

School Lunch Allergen Details Spring Menu 2020

Universal Free School Meals


Since September 2014, the government has introduced universal free school meals for all pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. This means all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a school meal of their choice every day even if you are not eligible for free school meals.

If you receive any of the following benefits you are entitled to free school meals for your children:

 Income Support (IS)
 Employment and Support Allowance (Income Related) - not Contribution related
 Income-based Job Seekers Allowance (IBJSA) - not Contribution based
 Guaranteed Element of State Pension Credit.
 Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
 Child Tax Credit with an annual taxable income (as assessed by HMRC) of less than £16,190 as long as the family are not also in receipt of Working Tax Credit.

Unfortunately if you receive working Tax credits you are not eligible for free school meals but if you have recently become unemployed, and are still receiving Working Tax Credits, you may be entitled. Please phone Somerset County Council on 0845 345 9122 for advice.