The online payment system, Parent Pay, is to be used for all school meal payments. Please note that this replaces all previous payment methods (e.g. Cash, cheque, etc). You can access the ParentPay login page by clicking here.
Our kitchen provides daily dishes using high quality meat, poultry and seafood - all UK sourced. Trafford's executive chef works with suppliers to ensure your child has access to a varied selection of fresh fruit, vegetables and salad items. If your child has specific dietary requirements, please contact us to discuss this or any other questions you may have regarding school meals.
School dinners cost £2.20 per day (£11.00 per week) and are payable in advance each half-term. The amount due for the following half-term will be published in the last Newsletter before each school holiday. All payments for school meals to be made using ParentPay. Should you wish for your child/children to start having school dinners you must ensure that your child's ParentPay account is in credit by at least £11.00 at all times. Failure to do so could result in the school not being able to offer your child school dinners.
Universal Free School Meals are available for all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, although you may opt to send in a packed lunch instead. In some circumstances children in the juniors may also qualify for free school meals. To find more information regarding this please read the FSM link below.
For the half-term commencing Thursday 3rd September 2020, school lunches will cost £81.40 for children in Year 3 and above (37 days at £2.20 per day). Payment to be made via Parent Pay only and should be credited in advance of meals being taken. If your child misses a school meal (for example, if they are absent from school due to sickness, or away on a school trip) then you will receive a credit, which can then be deducted from your next payment.
Click on the link to view our Pupil Premium Free School Meals form - FSM letter
Our menus are planned in accordance with the school food trusts food based standards - Menu