We are delighted to share with you that the school has been selected to take part in a new online system of booking and paying for school dinners, called “School Money”. This is a new system whereby parents can choose the days they want to book a school dinner and choose from the menu in advance. This is excellent news if your child would like to have a school dinner on certain days of the week and a packed lunch on the other days! For example you may, if you wish, book a school dinner for two or three days per week or for the whole week – the choice is yours! The new system even allows you to book meals up until midnight the evening before for the next day. Please note that payment will be required at the time of booking using credit/debit card or pay point.
Children in KS1 are entitled to universal free school meals under the Government scheme so there will be no charge made on your account for meals ordered. However you will still need to log into your School Money account and choose the meals from the menu offered. Meals will need to be pre-booked by midnight the previous day but you can select meals up until the end of term if you wish.
Please use the Question and Answer sheet available below for any queries you may have. If these do not answer your query then please telephone the school office where we will be pleased to help you. Our School Business Manager - Mrs Daws - can always be contacted via the main office email address.
School Meals Autumn Term 2018
|Upper School pupils requiring a hot meal at lunchtime.||Costs|
|Weekly amount for this term:||£11.50|
|First half term:||£75.90|
|Second half term:||£87.40|
Dinner money should be paid for on line and must be paid in advance through 'School Money'.
If you are having problems logging in to make a payment or have any queries regarding this new system, please ask at the office soon as possible so that we can help.
For further information regarding the school meals provided by Surrey County Council, please visit www.myschoollunch.co.uk/surrey
Surrey County Council has adopted a zero tolerance policy on providing school meals without payment and any debt will be referred to them and can result in further action being taken.