Lunch Time

When children arrive in school each morning, their class teacher will take a dinner register where they will record what each child is having for lunch. Children can either have a school meal, their own packed lunch from home or they can be collected and taken home to eat their lunch at home.

If pupils order a school dinner (any option), a charge of £2.15 is automatically applied to their parent’s ParentPay account. If your child regularly has school dinners, please make sure your ParentPay account has credit available. If your child is eligible for Free School Meals, ParentPay automatically credits the cost of each meal so you won’t be charged.

Newport City Council works with a company called ‘Chartwells‘ to provide a nutritious, freshly cooked, affordable meals each day.

Their dinner menu can be downloaded here, and more information can be found on the Chartwell’s website.

If your child is having a school meal, they can choose from six options: a school hot meal (Red choice), a sandwich meal (Blue or Purple choice), a school halal meal (Yellow choice), a school vegetarian meal (Green choice) or a school jacket potato (Orange choice).

Your child will tell their teacher their choice during registration in the morning. 

School Meals cost £2.15 each day and are paid for using ParentPay. Each time your child orders a school meal, your ParentPay account will be automatically charged. Please make sure that your ParentPay account is in credit and topped up before your child orders a school meal. You should check it regularly to see when your child has ordered a school meal. If your child is eligible for Free School Meals, ParentPay will automatically credit their account each time they order a school meal.

If you are in receipt of certain benefits, your child may be eligible for free school meals.

School kitchens are inspected as part of the national food hygiene ratings system – follow the link and put in our school name or postcode to view the school’s current food hygiene rating.

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