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Catering at Woodhouse West

 

Here at Woodhouse West we believe that all our children should have the opportunity to lead a healthy lifestyle. Our aim is to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills to enable them to choose a healthy balanced diet.

 

Unhealthy snacks (e.g. crisps & chocolate bars) are not allowed in school and we encourage and offer nutritious food and drink throughout the day. Fresh water is readily available throughout the school and children are encouraged to bring a refillable water bottle (preferably with a sports cap to avoid spillage).

 

It's just as important to make sure the lunchbox your child brings to school provides as healthy and balanced lunch as they would eat at home. The following link to the NHS website gives helpful hints and tips.

 

Breakfast club

Breakfast club is open from 8:15 am – 8:40 am where both parents and children can enjoy a healthy breakfast in a relaxed, friendly environment at a very reasonable cost. We also offer weekly specials, please ask catering staff for details.

 

Snack Bar

At morning break we provide a snack bar selling yogurt and fruit, water and fruit juices.

 

School Lunches

Woodhouse West provide school lunches to pupils. Our menus, which are planned by our Catering Manager - Donna Mosley, and run on a 3 week cycle.  All meals are freshly cooked on the premises each day by our catering team and a vegetarian option is always available.  

 

Meals are priced at £2.00. Children who are in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) and do not pay for their school lunch.   

 

You may be entitled to a free school meal if you meet certain criteria. To find out if you are eligible, information is available at https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/schools-childcare/school-meals.

 

Not sure if you qualify? Apply anyway and the free school meals service will check for you.

 

Registering for free school meals couldn’t be easier and you can now apply online here.

 

The Department for Education do not know which children are eligible for free school meals unless their parents apply successfully for funding. Applying for a free school meal does not mean that your child has to have school dinners but it does mean that the school will receive Pupil Premium funding for your child if you successfully apply.

 

Call 0114 273 4567 (Free School Meals helpline number) if you require assistance with the application.

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