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Highlees Primary School

Primary School

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School Meals

School Meal Facilities

Highlees Primary School has its own kitchens and provides a choice of main meals, at least one of which is vegetarian and a selection of salads and fresh vegetables. The choice of dessert includes a hot pudding, fresh fruit and a variety of cold desserts. Please advise the School Office of any specific dietary needs or allergies.

Facilities are available for children to eat packed lunches and there is adult supervision. Parents are requested to send packed lunches in strong plastic containers labelled with the child's name. For drinks, please use a watertight container. No fizzy drinks, thermos flasks or glass bottles please!

We are a Health Promoting School and recognise the importance of a healthy nutritious diet. For this reason we encourage parents not to provide chocolate bars and crisps in packed lunches but consider fresh fruit and yoghurt as a healthy alternative. At break time, free fruit is provided for all pupils in Key Stage 1. 

Cost of School Meals

The costs are:

Key Stage 1: Funded by Universal Infant Free School Meals
Key Stage 2: £2.30 per day (£11.50 per week).

All payments for school meals must be paid via ParentPay. You must also pre-order your child's meals on ParentPay, completing your bookings by the Sunday of the week before. Please note that we do not accept cash payments.

 If you have any questions about booking and/or paying for your child's meals please contact the school office.

Free School Meals

Please see that attached document below which explains eligibility to free school meals, as of May 2018. Claim forms for free school meals must be completed and are obtainable from the School Office. The free school meal form should be returned to the School Office for internal processing to ensure your child receives their free school sweatshirt.

Home Lunch

If you wish your child to come home for lunch and you will be collecting them from school then please ask your child to inform their Teacher. However, in the interests of children's safety, if you wish your child to come home for lunch on their own, it is essential that you send a letter in to your child's Teacher. We cannot allow children off the school premises on their own without permission from their parents.