Our school meals are provided by Caterlink at a cost of £2.15 per meal.
The cost of a school meal from September 2021 for the academic year 2021-22 will increase to £2.25 per meal.
All dinners have to be ordered and paid for online via Scopay before Midnight the day before. Contact the school office for information on accessing Scopay and your online access code.
Please click on the link below to download a copy of our current dinner menu.
If your child forgets their lunch and there is money on their school account, a dinner will be arranged for them via the school office, but please be aware that this may not be their first choice option. If there is no money on their account, the School Office will contact you to request you provide a packed lunch or add money to your child’s account so that a dinner can be purchased.
If your child is entitled to Free School Meals, dinners can be ordered online without the need for payment to be added to the account.
If your child has a special diet, the school should have already contacted you regarding completing the special menu form for Caterlink. Unfortunately, the information already provided to ISS will not be passed on Caterlink. If you have not received a special diet form, please contact the school office who will provide you with one.
Children may bring a packed lunch to school. We ask that the following rules made in the interests of the children are followed:
In order to safeguard the children who are at risk from an anaphylactic shock (severe allergic reaction) we have banned, CHOCOLATE SPREAD, PEANUTS, and NUT RELATED PRODUCTS. Please DO NOT put any of these items in your child's lunchbox.
Currently, pupils in Years 1 and 2 as well as Reception children all receive free school meals, these are paid by government funding. This provision is called Universal Free School Meals or UFSM. In addition to this funding, parents in low income families or those that are unemployed can also apply for Pupil Premium funding so that their children can receive free school meals in subsequent school years (Year 3 and onwards). Pupil Premium funding can also give children access to some discounted educational trips and events throughout their school years.
Please read on to find out how to check if you are eligible and if so, how to apply for this financial support.
The Government is giving money to schools to help children from lower income families do their very best. This funding is called a ‘Pupil Premium’.
If you qualify, your child/children can receive free school meals and reduced costs towards some after school activities (e.g. Dance, Football, Cookery clubs) or curriculum enrichment opportunities such as learning to play an instrument or join the Rock band. If you are registered for Pupil Premium you may also get help with the cost of day trips and residential trips. In addition to the above support, you will also receive financial help with the cost of your child's first school uniform.
For every child registered, Court Lane Infant and Junior School gets £1,320 this year. This additional funding allows us to provide an even better education for your child through the purchase of additional resources or staff to support learning.
Are you eligible?
You can register your child for Free School Meals if you receive any of these benefits:
Please note you are not eligible if you are in receipt of Working Tax Credit.
How to apply
No one will know you have registered and it will not affect any other benefits you are claiming.
Alternatively if you would like either of the Court Lane Schools to check on your behalf, please complete the form to do this, or call in to either of the school’s offices. Note we will need parent’s name, parent’s date of birth and parent’s national insurance number.