Your school lunches are provided by award-winning caterers HC3S.
At HC3S, our ethos is about tasty food to help your children flourish. And to do that it helps if they eat a healthy diet. By providing nutritious food, cooked fresh every day and which is responsibly sourced, we give your children a balanced diet with choices that aid concentration levels and give them energy to focus and to play.
But we go a step further. We also want children to understand about healthy lifestyles and take this positive message into adulthood. That’s why we’ve created a ripple (not just raspberry) with our ‘Ready Steady Cook’ sessions which are fun and engaging and why we introduced the ‘Food to Flourish Classroom’ to help teachers educate children using food in a way that cuts across the curriculum.
Where opportunity arises, we bring live cooking and workshops to the classroom and sometimes, out of the classroom, through partnerships with our suppliers and other local food organisations. We love schools to join in our celebrations for Nutrition and Hydration Week, British Food Fortnight, and National School Meals Week as key events in the food and drink calendar which are lots of fun.
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Click on this web link. https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/hc3s/primaryschools
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Are you entitled to Free School Meals?
Parents can now check eligibility for free school meals, using the easy online facility which has been launched by Hampshire County Council Catering Services (HC3S). This self service option is at:
This online service requires your name, National Insurance number or Asylum number, address, child's name, date of birth and school. If your child is eligible (FSM) the system automatically tells the school.
We can also help you with the online service, just pop into the school office.
If your child has special dietary requirements you will need to complete a form which can be found on the link below:
School will not be able to provide a lunch for your child until the special dietary menu is in place.
The children from the School Council joined Mrs Paris, our school cook this week to taste some of the lovely food that will be on the menu after half term. They were asked for their feedback on the food, and how they think it could be improved or changed. They were all very positive, and were very constructive in their feedback. Please see the pictures below.