St Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School

'A welcoming and vibrant place in which children develop their skills well'  — Ofsted 2015

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School Meals Menu

Please click on the link below for our current menu

Summer-Autumn Menu 2021

 

School Meals

We have introduced a new on-line school meals ordering system called School Food United. To find out more Click here to watch a two minute introduction video that shows
how it works.

Parents can access the platform from any device & register their child by going to:

      https://parents.schoolfoodunited.com/login

To do this you need to create an account for yourself (the parent) and then click on "add child" and search for "immaculate" in the school name box, then click on the full school name and fill in your child's details. 

For further information on ordering, please see the guide below:

Parent Information Flyer

School meals are available free to all pupils in the infants (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2). Older pupils may purchase school meals at a cost of £2.30 per day, (£11.50 per week). Pupils may also be eligible for Free School Meals.  Payment for school meals should be made via the on-line ordering system, not the school office.

There is an excellent choice of meals, which are designed to appeal to children.  The majority of the meals are home made.

For Information on free school meals, please call 01926 359189 or to apply on-line, go to the following website:

      www.warwickshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals

 

Packed Lunches

If parents prefer, pupils may bring a packed lunch. Containers used should be secure and clearly marked with the child’s name. For safety reasons parents are asked not to supply drinks in glass bottles, or in metal cans.

Please note that we have a pupil at the school with a severe nut allergy so do not send any food into school that may contain nuts.

 

Healthy Eating

The school achieved Healthy Schools status in 2009. The award is based on four themes

• Healthy Eating

• Physical Activity

• Emotional Health and Well-being

• Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education

 

 

Free milk is available to all children at morning break. Two thirds of pupils regularly drink milk at school.

Children’s behaviour in the dining room is rewarded every week in a social assembly through the Fine Diners’ award.

All children have the opportunity to take part in at least 2 hours of physical activity each week.

 

The School has also received the following awards:

Heartbeat Award for providing Healthy Food Choices, May 2009

Hygiene Inspection Gold rating for achieving excellent standards in hygiene, safety, cleanliness and food safety management, January 2009