School Dinners

Here at Treverbyn our meals are provided by Aspens. Each school meal is prepared fresh every day by a dedicated team of chefs and kitchen staff, and offers a healthy and tasty meal to support pupils’ development in school. 
Children in KS1 (Reception Class, eat for free under the government's universal infant free school meals.  The price of a meal for a KS2 pupil is £2.65 per day.
Click on the menu below to see the choices for Autumn/Winter 2023-24:
Not to be confused with the universal infants' free school meals for all KS1 pupils, it is vital that all Key Stage 1 pupils who are eligible to claim benefits-related Free School Meals are registered in order for schools to receive the Pupil Premium funding.
The 'Free Schools Meals Application Form' has been revised and is available as a download below, alternatively please complete the application online. Parents/carers can now complete one application for all of their children – whether it is for Free School Meals (so Year 3 and above who must pay for their school lunches) or for their child’s school to receive Pupil Premium only (i.e. for KS1 children who already receive a free school lunch).
Eating well is important to us all to keep us healthy.  The Food Standards Agency offer 8 Top Tips for Eating Well:
1. Base meals on starchy foods eg potatoes, cereal, pasta, rice or bread.
2. Eat as much of fruit and vegetables as possible
3. Make fish a regular part of your weekly diet
4. Cut down on saturated fat and sugar
5. Eat less salt
6. Get active and be a healthy weight
7. Drink plenty of water
8. Don't miss breakfast!
Staff start early to provide food for breakfast club.  Children have a large variety of cereals to choose from, toast is also included with various spreads and toppings. The cost of breakfast club is £4.00 per day, children can arrive from 8:00am.
The School Fruit & Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) is a Government scheme which entitles every child aged between 4 and 6 years old, to a daily piece of fruit or vegetable.
As of September 2014, every child on roll in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 will receive a free school meal. The latest menu can be found below.
Packed Lunches
If your child does not require a school lunch, then they can bring a healthy packed lunch from home. A healthy selection of food from each food group is recommended:
An example of a healthy packed lunch:
A cheese or chicken sandwich on wholemeal bread
carrot sticks
rice cake
low fat yoghurt
a drink of water
Fizzy drinks, sweets and chocolate are not part of a healthy lunch box.
School Drinks Policy
Please provide your child with a named drinks bottle. This bottle is for water only. In class children are able to drink water through the day using their bottles.  If they would like a water based drink at lunch time, ie squash they are welcome to do so.

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