Greasby Junior School

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Mill Lane, Wirral, Merseyside, CH49 3AR

Mrs Joanna Mulla - Business Manager - schooloffice@greasby-junior.wirral.sch.uk

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Greasby Junior School

Care, Courtesy and Consideration

  1. Parents
  2. School Meals

MEALS
There is a wide choice of healthy, home cooked food options on a three weekly menu cycle (including a ‘deli’ option). Meals, including a choice of drinks, cost £2.50 and are paid for electronically via Arbor. Children can choose each day whether to have a packed lunch or a meal provided by the school kitchen.


If your child prefers to have a packed lunch, packed lunches should be brought to school in a suitable container, clearly marked with your child's name. Packed lunches must not contain hot drinks or glass bottles and, as a Health Promoting School, we encourage parents to provide healthy packed lunches for their children. There are children in school who have potentially fatal nut allergies and we therefore ask that you do not include products with nuts or peanuts in your child’s lunchbox. Please note that the lunch boxes are not kept in a refrigerated area. If your child has a packed lunch, they will be asked to take home anything they have not eaten, this is to ensure parents are aware of how much their child is eating during the school day.


Free School Meals: If you think your child is eligible for a free school meal, please contact the school office.

Information is also available on the school’s website at:

Free School Meals letter

 

Children are allowed to bring in fruit or a healthy fruit bar/snack to eat during the morning break.


Each child will be provided with a school water bottle on admission; replacement water bottles and bottle tops can be purchased from the office. We ask that only this type of water bottle is used in school, and they are washed and refilled at home each day. Water coolers are situated in Upper and Lower School corridors, and in the dining room, where children can refill their water bottles whilst in school, if necessary.