The majority of children at St. Teresa’s enjoy a hot school meal every day.
Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM)
From September 2014 all children in Reception up to the end of Year 2 will qualify for the new government incentive Universal Infant Free School Meal (UIFSM). This means that all children in these year groups are entitled to have a school meal free of charge. Pupils must commit to meals for at least a full week
Children are able to choose from two dishes as well as having bread, salad and a tasty desert to follow their main meal. The menu designed by Chartwells Catering services, is tested by children in school before it is released, helping to ensure that children are being given what they like as well as trying some new dishes too. All of the meals are well balanced and plentiful. During the school year special 'Taster Days' take place where we invite parents to sample the food from our menu.
The current cost of school meals is £10.50 per week. Meals must be paid for weekly or termly in advance. As we are a cashless school payments should be made via ParentPay - the school's online payment system. Any queries regarding ParentPay are dealt with by Mrs. Ribaudo either by email: email@example.com or phone: 020 8648 1846 opt 5.
Pupils must commit to meals for at least full week. Credit for an absence will be carried forward to the following week.
Free School Meals are available if you fulfill certain criteria – please follow this link if you would like to know whether you are eligible for Free School Meals.
Packed Lunch Meals
Some children choose to bring in a packed lunch from home. Children who have packed lunches eat their lunch at the same time as those children having a hot lunch. The school operates a nut-free policy and parents are asked to ensure that packed lunches are nut-free. We ask that parents only provide water to drink for children with packed lunches.