Our dinner menu has been designed using a wide variety of meal options to reflect the cultural diversity of our school. Our kitchen staff prepare meals to an impressively high standard; using fresh herbs and raw ingredients.
All our meat and poultry is certified 'halal' and no pork is prepared or served on the premises. We also promote and encourage healthy eating, by including unlimited fruit and vegetables to each child with their meal.
We offer our pupils a choice of a meat, fish or vegetable based main dish, with a pudding suitable for all.
Our pupils really enjoy our menus and we are sure your child will too.
You can use the link below to download a copy for yourself and gather meal ideas to try at home.
(Please note that due to ingredients not always being available, the menu may change at short notice.)
Cost of a school meal: £2.50 per child per day (£12.50 per week)
Cash payments not accepted.
You must pay using ParentPay.com.
If you have not yet received your activation letter or email, contact the school office (020 8802 6670) to request this.
Click here for information on how to set up your ParentPay account.
Click here for frequently asked questions about ParentPay.
Thanks to the Mayor of London’s emergency funding, ALL primary school children in Haringey will receive free school meals from September 2023 to July 2024. This could save families about £440 per child.
Families are still encouraged to complete a free school meals (FSM) application form as the school could receive extra funding to be used towards enrichment activities and targeted support (https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/).
If your child is usually packed lunch and you wish to take up the offer and change to school meals please speak to a member of staff at the school office.
For more information, visit: https://www.london.gov.uk/.../priorities-london/free-school-meals
Please download and read the publicized Packed Lunch Guide. This guide has been created by Haringey Healthy Schools to support parents and carers to gather ideas of what they can pack in their child's lunch box.
Free School Meals and Healthy Start
What is it?
Your children could get free school meals if you get an income-based benefit (for example Income Support), or Child Tax Credit only. You can sometimes qualify if you get Working Tax Credit as well. But it depends on the income your tax credits have been worked out on, and where you live in the UK.
Free school meals are available to children in receipt of, or whose parents are in receipt of,one or more of the following benefits:
In addition, the following pupils will be protected against losing their free school meals as follows:
From 1 April 2018, all existing free school meals claimants will continue to receive free school meals whilst Universal Credit is rolled out. This will apply even if their earnings rise above the new threshold during that time.
In addition, any child gaining eligibility for free school meals after 1 April 2018 will be protected against losing free school meals during the Universal Credit rollout period.
Once Universal Credit is fully rolled out, any existing claimants that no longer meet the eligibility criteria at that point (because they are earning above the threshold or are no longer a recipient of Universal Credit) will continue to receive free school meals until the end of their current phase of education (i.e . primary or secondary). The Universal Credit rollout is currently expected to complete in March 2022.
A child is only eligible to receive a free school meal when a claim for the meal has been made on their behalf, and their eligibility has been verified by the school where they are enrolled or by the local authority.
The quickest, easiest way to apply is online at: https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/
Alternatively, download and complete the application form.
Return this to the school office or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org alongside evidence of eligibility.
With Healthy Start you can get:
If you're on certain benefits, or you get Child Tax Credit and are on a low income, you could qualify. You'll need to be at least 10 weeks pregnant, or have a child under four.
If you are pregnant and under the age of 18, you will automatically qualify whether or not you get other benefits or Child Tax Credit.
You won't qualify if you get Working Tax Credit, unless it's just the four week extension of your payments - often called a 'run-on'. You may get a run-on after you stopped qualifying for Working Tax Credit - for example if you’ve stopped work or reduced your hours.
You don't have to get Child Benefit to qualify for Healthy Start.
Find out more about what you may be entitled to by visiting: www.entitledto.co.uk
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