The school cook provides freshly cooked meals each day for children and staff. Children having school dinners pay the standard county charge each Monday for the number of dinners required that week. As of September 2014, all children in classes reception, one and two are entitled to a cooked meal free of charge. This means that no child ordering a dinner in either Foundation Stage or KS1 will pay for their meal.

Children may bring a packed lunch and should have their food in a named lunch box and a drink in a named and leak proof container. No fizzy drinks or glass bottles are allowed.

A third of a pint of milk is supplied daily free of charge to children until they reach their 5th birthday. The school operates a charged milk scheme, run by School Milk Services, which is EU subsidised and costs £1.30 per week. (Applications available from the school office). Payment is made to the Schools Milk Services Ltd. Lunches should be paid using ParentPay.

Children are not allowed to eat crisps and sweets at break time. Toast is also sold at the morning break for 10p. Free fruit is provided for all children under 7. If your child has any food allergies please let the school know.

 
 

FREE SCHOOL MEALS – HOW TO APPLY

Parents and carers can now apply for free school meals online via the Citizen Portal, using the link below. Your eligibility will be checked online, and the portal will let you know whether your child is eligible for free school meals. If your child is eligible you will receive a confirmation message, and the school will be notified directly. If you are not eligible you will be presented with a message stating this.

Apply for free school meals online

ParentPay®

We accept payments online for school meals using a secure website called ParentPay® you can now pay online using your credit or debit card.

ParentPay is easy-to-use and you have the freedom to make payments whenever you want, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  Gone are the days of writing cheques or finding the cash to send into school!

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About our Kitchen Staff

Karen Clapp – Kitchen Manager

Hi! My name is Karen & I’ve been working in school kitchens since 2010; I joined St Peter’s in September 2017. As Kitchen Manager I like to take an interest in the children’s opinions and try my best to cater to their needs. If any parents would like to discuss allergen needs for their children or ask any other questions, my door is always open for an informal chat.

Outside of work, I’m married with two boys, both of whom attended St Peter’s when they were primary age. I love animals and have two dogs and a tortoise at home. I also love to travel & take part in new adventures.

Lesley Smyth – Kitchen Assistant

Hi! My name is Lesley and I have been working in the school kitchen at St Peter’s since 2003. Outside of work, my interests are: Bristol Bears, Disney, animals (I have an annual pass for The Wild Place) and I have just started sewing. I also am the club leader for 1st Severn Beach Cub Pack.

Christina Stone – Kitchen Assistant

Hi! My name is Christina and I’ve been working in the kitchen at St Peter’s since September 2019 and have really enjoyed getting to know all the children. I have six children who have all attended St Peter’s, two of whom are currently attending. Outside of work my interests are music, animals (I have a dog & six cats), I love watching films & spending time with my family.