School Meals

Our School Meals

Our school meals are delicious and are currently cooked by Chartwells at Bodriggy school. Chartwells Website offers lots of information about the food standards and menus of the offer. Our food provides supports our whole school ethos with their Eat, Learn, Live philosophy:

We love delighting young people with tasty, freshly prepared food. Developed by award-winning chefs using great ingredients, we present it with passion and deliver with care and pride. Nutritionally compliant to school food standards, we give pupils and students the choice and variety that keeps them coming back.

We love enhancing the understanding, fun, experience and attainment of young people by sharing the importance of healthy eating from a young age. We support their achievement at school and beyond through the curriculum, interactive nutrition and education, and helping them develop personally.

We care for the environment we live in and help to create a sustainable world for future generations – both in what we do and in how we help to educate young people. We support British farmers by buying locally sourced eggs and milk. We’re proud too to support Mary’s Meals - feeding over 3000 children in Africa every year.

Free School Meals and Pupil Premium

Since 1st September 2014, all Key Stage 1 and Reception pupils have been entitled to receive a free school meal as part of the Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) initiative, regardless of what benefits being claimed by parents.

Kehelland Village School may be entitled to claim Pupil Premium funding to support your child’s education, just by you completing an application form. This would give your child access to reduced music tuition, a continuation of free school meals into Key Stage 2 and some financial bursary to school overnight trips and educational visits, as well as allowing the school to provide additional learning support where required. see our Pupil Premium page for details of the 100 club and how to apply if you think you might be eligible.