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Healthy Eating

As part of the Oxfordshire Healthy Schools and Change4Life initiatives we encourage all our children to eat a healthy diet and to be active.

Nut-Free School

 

We have a child who has a nut allergy so on advice from the school nurse we are to be a nut-free school, so please refrain from bringing in nuts or any nut-based products.

Break Time Snacks

 

We encourage children to eat healthy snacks. Children in Class 1 and 2 are provided with a free piece of fruit at break time through the School Fruit and Vegetables Scheme. Children in Class 3 and 4 are encouraged to bring in their own piece of fruit or vegetable to snack on. Please do not send your child to school with snack items such as cereal bars, oatcakes or chocolate bars.

 

Remember to avoid sending in any nuts or any nut-based products as we are a nut-free school due to nut-allergies.

School Lunches

 

Hot school dinners are available through The School Lunch Company who freshly prepare tasty and nutritious school meals on site using local produce whenever available. The School Lunch Company won the FSM 2018 Contract Caterer of the Year Award, they also hold the Food For Life Bronze Award.

 

All meals are ordered and paid for via SchoolMoney (Eduspot).

Packed Lunches

 

Alternatively, children may bring in their own healthy packed lunches.

 

Remember to avoid sending in any nuts or any nut-based products as we are a nut-free school due to nut-allergies.

School Milk

 

Free milk is provided for children aged 4 years. Once your child turns 5 you will need to pay for milk if you would like them to still receive it. Please contact Cool Milk to organise on 0800 0562146.

 

Water Bottles

 

Children are asked to bring in their own reusable water bottles to use in class. In order to reduce plastic waste and promote environmental responsibility, we discourage the use of single use plastic bottles. Children are able to refill their water bottles at the water fountains available.


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