At Grange Infant School, we understand just how important it is for young people to have a healthy and balanced diet. That is why our school dinner menu is filled with a variety of nutritious, high-quality meals. We cater for a variety of tastes, with a diverse range of options available every week, including vegetarian dishes.
New Menu and Dinner Bookings
The new menu with dinner choices, for after Easter, is now available on ParentPay.
Please book your child's dinners as soon as possible. We recommend that all children have school meals, as we understand just how important it is for young people to have a healthy and balanced diet. That is why our school dinner menu is filled with various nutritious, high-quality meals. We cater to various tastes, with a diverse range of options available every week, including vegetarian dishes.
When you make your bookings, please log back in to check that your choices have been saved. We also advise that parents book dinners at the end of the year, if possible.
All dates from Tuesday 18/4 until 25/7, are available to book, excluding holidays, TD days, bank holidays, and Friday 5/5, as we will be providing a special picnic, to celebrate the Coronation (more details to follow). Please also note, that our caterers have swapped Thursday 4/5, to the popular Friday fish & chips option, as this won't be available on Friday 5/5.
Bookings need to be made at least a week in advance. Please provide a packed lunch for your child, if you have not secured your child's meal bookings. Please see the attached guidance for more information on how parents can check bookings.
To register your child for milk, follow this link to the Cool Milk website.
Healthy Lunchbox Ideas
Find some inspiration for healthy lunchbox meals via the Netmums website.
The White Horse Federation Healthy Food Policy - On page 5, you can find some advice for making a healthy packed lunch for your child.
The Eatwell Guide
The NHS provides the Eatwell Guide to show how much of what we eat overall should come from each food group to achieve a healthy, balanced diet. Read more at the NHS Eatwell Guide website.
The Difference Between Universal Infant Free School Meals and Free School Meals
We've written a helpful blog post to explain these two schemes here. You can also find a link to apply for Free School Meals on this blog.