Dinner money is now payable online, we have been working very closely with the Local Authorities suppliers of school meals Engie Wakefield Partnership who have launched their online ordering and payment system for school meals. We have been provided with a short guide to ordering and paying for lunches online, click here to view this guide. Engie Wakefield Partnership also provide a helpline for parents setting up their online payment account 01924 792332. There is an e-mail for the support team email@example.com. For more details click here to view the letter sent home to parents.
All dinner money must be paid online, there is a debt limit in place of £21, this is equivalent to two weeks worth of school dinners. All meals must be selected online, we are having increased instances of dinners not being ordered online, if parents do not order their children's dinners with them at home there is a possibility that they will not be able to have their first choice of meal.
Dane Royd is proud to have gained the ‘Eat Well Award’ for its provision of nutritious, healthy food at lunchtimes. This award is an initiative of the 'Change 4 Life' programme.
We appreciate the importance of your child eating a well-balanced lunch that they enjoy, and promote healthy eating as part of our curriculum.
Our kitchen team work very hard to ensure that the children enjoy their school lunches. As a result, most of our children eat a school lunch with the rest bringing lunch boxes.
Every day there is a choice of main meals - including a vegetarian option - and a hot and cold dessert. In addition to this, there is a salad bar with homemade bread. The menu runs on a three-weekly cycle.
Children who have packed lunches are encouraged to bring a well-balanced, healthy lunchbox. Fresh water is available for all children on the tables and staff encourage the children to drink it. Our lunchtime assistants supervise your children and ensure that they eat a sufficiently balanced meal.
From September 2014 all children in Upper Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free school meal as part of the new government universal meals initiative. Children from Years 3 to 6 have to pay for their meal unless they fit the free school meal criteria.
Children requiring a special diet due to an allergy are individually catered for. Please request an allergy form from the office if you think your child may need a special diet.