XII Apostles RCPS School Meals

Lunch Time and School Dinners

Lunch time is 12.00 noon until 1.00pm in the infants and 12.15pm to 1.15pm for juniors.

As from September 2014 all infant children are entitled to a free school meal. The Government are funding this initiative in order to provide a healthy, nutritious meal for all children at lunchtime with the aim of improving academic attainment and saving families money following the Department of education’s recent review of school food.

Free school Meals

However if your child is in KS 1 or KS 2 and they are entitled to a free school meal it is important that you still register your entitlement in order for schools to receive the pupil premium funding. This money is used to provide support and resources for children in school.

To make sure your child doesn’t miss out contact Mrs McDonald in the school office, where you can complete a form from school which enables us to check your child’s Free School Meal eligibility.

To find out more go directly to
http://www.wigan.gov.uk/Resident/Benefit-Grants/Free-school-meals.aspx:

postal address;

Citizen Support Services, Wigan Council
Civic Centre, Millgate, Wigan, WN3 1AZ

You can visit us at;

Wigan Life Centre, located at The Wiend, Wigan. WN1 1NH.
Or at any of our other Life Centres in Atherton, Ince, Leigh, Marsh Green or Platt Bridge.

Wigan Life Centre is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday and 10:00am to 4:00pm on Saturdays. For opening times of our other Life Centres go to www.wigan.gov.uk/wiganlife

Phone: 01942 828644
E-mail: benefits@wigan.gov.uk


Family Action & Magic Breakfast logo

School Dinners for Junior Children

If your child is in the juniors and you may choose for them to have a school dinner. This costs £2.20 per day if you are not entitled to a free school meals and you are asked to pay for the full week every Monday (£11.00). Please pay on Parent Pay or send money into school with your child in an envelope with their name and amount clearly marked. Unfortunately in line with the school meals policy, school is not able to provide a school dinner where payment is not forthcoming or authorisation for free school meals has not been received.

School Meals Menu September 2018

The meals are cooked on the premises and are excellent well balanced value for the price. A sample menu is attached. Our cook Dorothy is very accommodating and if your child prefers a sandwich Dorothy our cook, is happy to provide this as an alternative to a cooked meal. Last year we refurbished our Kitchen and serving area to make it easier for the children to select their preferences from the choices available and this year we have included a separate bar for cold food selection.

If your child is in the juniors they may choose to have a packed lunch brought from home. Please ensure that this is kept is a sealed lunch box container with a small ice –pack and that this is a balanced and nutritious meal. Cans and bottles are not allowed. For more information on healthy lunch boxes please click the following.

School packed lunches - Live Well - NHS Choices

School Food Trust - Children & young people - FAQ - Packed lunch FAQs

If you wish for your child to go home for dinner you must come up to school to collect him or her at 12.00 noon and return your child for 1.10pm.

Please click below for more information on the school food Plan that has been produced by Wigan Council MetroFresh; the schools contractor for school meals.

Wigan Council Metro Fresh Food Plan

Dining Hall Helpers
Dining Hall Helpers
Dining Hall Helpers