School Meals

School lunches

Menu for week beginning 16 October

Menu for week beginning 30 October - Birthday Celebrations & Bonfire Lunch

Menu for week beginning 6 November

Menu for week beginning 13 November

Autumn / Winter Menu week 1

Autumn / Winter Menu week 2

Autumn / Winter Menu week 3

 

AS FROM SEPTEMBER 2017 - THE COST OF SCHOOL MEALS IS INCREASING -

KS2 AND VISITING CHILDREN: £2.30  ADULTS: £3.30

 

Great Paxton School is one of the few schools in the county who have a “pre-ordering” system in place for school lunches.

Children are able to pre-order their lunch (3 weeks ahead) to ensure their choice on the day.

The children are given a coloured band which they present to the school caterer; each colour denotes their choice for that particular day.

The menus are on a 3 week rota and you may wish to make a standing order for particular choices and days which is possible too. This saves you having to complete a menu every week. Choices can be changed at anytime if your child decides they would like to change their option for a particular day.

School lunches are free of charge for KS1 children (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2)

KS2 children will be £2.30 a day; £11.50 a week from September 2017.  Lunches must be in advance, either at the beginning of the week or on the day (we are unable to give credit).   Payment is to be made via Parentpay. 

Menu choices can be emailed to the school to: lmarsh@greatpaxton.cambs.sch.uk

Lunches are available on a day to day basis too. However choices on the day will be limited. Parents are welcome to join us for lunch at a cost of £3.30 per meal, please pay cash or cheque with order.

There are several promotion days for lunches through the year i.e. Fireworks, Christmas, FA Cup lunch, Mother and Fathers’ Day.

Copies of menus are available at the school office or can be found on our website.  For further information about our meals please visit: http://www.cambridgeshireccs.co.uk/primary 

 

 

 

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