Free School Meals

Free School Meals can really help families who might be struggling to provide lunch for their child in school. Students receive £2.70 per day to buy a hot or cold meal at lunch, every day in term time. There are a range of benefits that could make you eligible.

If you think you might be eligible or are on any of these benefits, it’s always worth putting in an application – please contact Mrs Mogey in Student Services on 01925 750711 for any advice about Free School Meals and click here for the application form. It really only takes a few minutes to complete and it could help by providing an extra £13.50 in canteen credit per child every week. Because the credit is added automatically each day, it also doesn’t require you to tell your child about receiving Free School Meals if you’d rather not.

Whether or not you are eligible, if you are struggling, please get in touch with your child’s Head of Year or Pastoral Manager – we are here to help and can also signpost to organisations you might not be aware of. We will always treat any information you share in the strictest confidence. We know these are tough times but we are here to help our families just as much as our students in any way possible. If you are struggling to fill out the Free School Meal application form, again please get in touch. We are always happy to help you get the support you might need.

Sports Day

Sports Day is taking place on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th July. Tuesday 16th July is for Year 7 and 8 students who are doing field events only (Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus and Javelin). Students competing on Tuesday 16th must come to school in their PE kit.

On Wednesday 17th July, Periods 1–3 students will only be coming out of lessons to compete in their event. From Period 4, all students will be out of lessons to participate in Sports Day.

Please ensure students come prepared for the day:

  • Wearing PE kit
  • Sun cream applied
  • Hat
  • Plenty of fluids