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Free School Meals 

Dear Parent/Carer

You may be aware that the government allocates additional funding to schools in the form of ‘Pupil Premium’.

One of the criteria used to calculate this additional funding is the number of students who are entitled to free school meals. Applying for a free school meal could raise up to an extra £1320 per annum for six years for our school (funded by central government). This can help to fund valuable teaching and learning support for our school, as well as providing a healthy meal for your child free of charge each day they are in school.

Please click on the link below for further information around eligibility and how to apply.

Free School Meal Information


Lunch Menus

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are delighted to share with you our new Hot and Cold food lunch menus (links below) which are now available for your child to pre order in their tutor time each Friday morning for the week ahead. Prices are on the hot food menu. The packed lunch meal deal costs £2.50 per day.

Food will be delivered to your child’s year group heart space at lunchtime, or can be collected from their year group allocated safe collection point. Your child’s ParentPay account will then be debited daily accordingly.

If your child would like to order food, please can you ensure that their ParentPay online account has sufficient funds added to cover the cost. If you would like to use ParentPay but have not activated your account as yet, please contact the school for an activation letter.

Kind regards,

President Kennedy School

Links to menus below:

HOT GRAB AND GO Autumn Menu 2020

Packed Lunch Autumn Menu 2020

 


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