Welcome from your school lunch provider – Class Catering
Class Catering are delighted to have been providing lunches for the pupils at Henley in Arden School since September 2015. Class Catering are an independent catering company providing schools meals across the Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire. Meals are freshly prepared daily by a dedicated team using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. We operate a Gold Food for Life standard 4 weekly menu and all our menus meet and exceed all national nutritional standards.
For even more information please visit our website www.classcatering.co.uk
School dinners are charged at £2.35 per day payable by ParentPay.
Did you know all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are now entitled to a delicious free school lunch? For further information please read the document below or alternatively contact Mrs Lesley Jay in the school office for further information on 01564 792766.
Free School Meal Entitlement
Reception, Year 1 and 2
All Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils in state-funded schools can have free school meals.
If you think you receive one of the qualifying benefits we recommend that you still apply. This will mean your child’s school does not miss out on important funding. It may also mean your child will continue to receive free meals after the end of Year 2.
If you receive a qualifying benefit, free school meals are available for:
- pupils at any school maintained by the authority (including a sixth form attached to a maintained school);
- pupils attending maintained nurseries, as long as they are attending before and after lunch. Free school meals are not available to children attending private nurseries
For any information please visit the website below:
All KS1 children are entitled to free fruit at playtime and KS2 children can order a snack of fruit or a toast option during registration for 20p/30p or alternatively can bring in a piece of fruit from home to enjoy at playtime.
Is your child entitled to Free Milk?
The School Food Plan has revised standards for food and drink in schools and milk now plays a prominent part. It is now mandatory for all primary schools in England to offer lower fat milk during school hours.
Children under 5?
Every child under the age of 5 is entitled to FREE school milk.
Children over 5?
If your child is over 5 they are entitled to subsidised milk, it is around £15 per term and you can register online now at www.coolmilk.com and you can pay straight away!