Dinners 

School Lunch Prices 

Prices for the year 2016-2017 are:

Nursery pupils      -        £1.75 per day                        £8.75  per week

Primary pupils      -        £2.00 per day                        £10.00 per week

 

You may be entitled to Free School Meals. Please contact the Free School Meals Section at Sheffield City Council on (0114) 2734567 or for more information https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/education/information-for-parentscarers/at-school/school-meals.html

 

IMPORTANT - If your child has a medical appointment and intends to be back in school for lunch you must let the office know before 9.30am that they require a lunch or provide a packed lunch. Unless ordered by 9.30am a meal cannot be provided by school.

 

Dinner Menu 

You can view the latest menu here (if you require a hard copy please contact the school office)

 

Medical and Dietary

Can parents/carers please ensure that they provide the school with updated information on your child's medical and dietary requirements including any allergies he or she may have.

 

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Woolley Wood School promotes healthy lunches!!

Packed Lunches or school dinners?

School dinners are probably healthier than most packed lunches.  If you want to make a packed lunch it should be healthy and balanced and contain:

  • Starchy Foods - these are bread, rice, potatoes and pasta
  • Protein Foods - including meat, fish, eggs and beans
  • A Dairy Item - this could be cheese or a yoghurt
  • Vegetables or Salad - plus a portion of fruit

Low-fat snacks for children:

Children often like food they can eat with their fingers, so chop up raw vegetables such as carrots or peppers and give them hummus or cottage cheese to dip them into.

Breadsticks and wholemeal crackers are also great finger foods that can be spread with low-fat soft cheese or eaten with reduced fat cheddar.

Replace chocolate bars and cakes with fresh fruit. Vary the fruit each day and get them to try new things, such as kiwi or melon

A suggested lunchbox could be:

Tuna and sweetcorn wholemeal roll

Reduced-fat cheese triangle

Satsuma

Unsweetened apple juice

 

For more information on suggested packed lunches please visit: http://www.nhs.uk/change4life/Pages/healthy-lunchbox-picnic.aspx