There has been a slight change to the dinner menu whilst school is only open to key worker children from 6th January.
The menu for the week commencing 18th January is:
- Monday 18th January - All day breakfast, Quorn posh dog or jacket potato
- Tuesday 19th January - Roast chicken, stuffing and gravy, Veggie burger on a bap or jacket potato
- Wednesday 20th January - Meat free bangers and mash, Cheese and tomato panini pizza or jacket potato
- Thursday 21st January - Chicken curry with 50/50 rice and naan, Vegan sausage roll or jacket potato
- Friday 22nd January - Fish and chips, Veggie nuggets and bean wrap or jacket potato
We are very pleased to be able to let you know that SCSP will be providing free school meals for all the key worker children throughout the Trust again this week.
After the October half term, there will be a rota for each year group to be able to have a hot meal in the dining room at least once during the week. The menus will be on a three week cycle and each menu below indicates when the year groups will be using the dining room or eating in their classroom.
Click on each year group logo below to access their 3-week menu.
If you are entitled to free school meals then you will receive a letter from Sheffield City Council with a code to redeem for a £35 supermarket voucher before Christmas.
Any child who becomes eligible for FSM up to and including 24th December will receive a voucher letter. If anyone is struggling to access your voucher, please call the Sheffield City Council helpline on 0114 2734567 or email us at email@example.com
Please click here for a short video showing you how to redeem your voucher.
ParentPay - our online payment service
This is our preferred way of accepting payments for dinner money, milk and trips. Using a secure website called ParentPay, parents are able to pay online for dinners, school trips, etc using a credit or debit card.
An easier, more convenient way to make school payments
ParentPay allows you to make payments to school using your debit/credit card or in cash using a ParentPay top-up card at your local PayPoint outlets.
How does it work?
School sets up payment items and assign them to the relevant children. These then appear in the payers account for you to pay.
Once the item has been added, you will be able to make a payment online via ParentPay or with cash at your local PayPoint store.
Create a ParentPay account
You will receive a registration letter with your own unique username and password. Click here to go to the ParentPay website to create your account. You will then be able to top up your account and view your balance and transactions.
How do you keep track?
You can keep track of your payments, balances and purchases at any time using the views and reports in your ParentPay account.
Why we need you to help us to go cashless
Our vision is to create a fully cashless school; helping us to continue to offer a safe, secure environment whilst better enabling us to support teaching and learning. ParentPay also helps you to:
- keep your children safe and minimises lost payments
- pay for items in a flexible and secure manner
- manage your payments simply, providing peace of mind
- keep up to date with payment and balance alerts via email/SMS
Making life easier for you
Paying by ParentPay helps our school enormously, whilst providing you with a more secure way to make payments.
Hundreds of thousands of parents are using ParentPay everyday, make sure you are one of them.
Thank you for your support!
All Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils are entitled to free school dinners. Please take this opportunity to encourage your child to stay for a school lunch.
School meals for Year 3 to Year 6 cost £2.00 per day, £10.00 per week.
All school dinners must be paid for in advance. We cannot order meals without payment.
Please click here for our School Meals Debt Recovery Policy.
If you have a special diet request, then please contact school as soon as possible in line with our Food Allergy and Intolerance Policy. Parents/Carers will be responsible for providing details of any medical dietary requirements which will include information from a GP, Dietician or relevant health professional. Diets will not be organised without this information which demonstrates a clear medical need.
Are you entitled to Free School Meals? Please click on the following link which will show you who is entitled to free school meals and how to apply. Please note school cannot provide free meals until authorisation is received.
We have produced a leaflet called 'Help Us to Help You' which outlines who is entitled to Income Based Free School Meals and how to apply. Please click here to open a printable version of the leaflet.