School Dinners - Lunch Options
Our catering service is provided by Nottinghamshire County Council. For more information such as ingredients and allergens, please visit the Nottinghamshire County Council website.
At Round Hill children can choose to bring sandwiches or have a freshly cooked school meal, which is prepared daily on the school premises.
There is always a non-vegetarian and a vegetarian option available as well as special diet meals if a child has an allergy confirmed by a Dr.
This school does not serve halal meat and therefore children who can only eat halal meat will need to choose the vegetarian option. For children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2, you must confirm at the start of the school year whether your child is a vegetarian or is able to eat meat. For children in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6, children are able to choose either the meat option or the vegetarian option each morning based on the school menu.
Along with the School Council we have made some changes recently to the lunchtime experience. At Round Hill the younger children sit down together and, to promote independence, the older children use a hatch service.
Our school cook is Conny Knighton. She is on hand to discuss dietary requirements and any other food related concerns.
To find out what is on the menu each week, click on the PDF at the bottom of this section.
The children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 are given the main menu each day. Children in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 are given a choice of either the main menu or a jacket potato / pizza sub as shown on the menu.
The new Autumn/Winter Term Menu can be found below which is effective from Monday 5th September 2022. Once again, children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 will be given the main menu each day. Children in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 will be offered the choice as shown on the menu.
Children can also opt to bring a packed lunch. We are working towards children bringing healthy lunch boxes to school.
This is a nut free school - We have children in school with a nut allergy. Please do not send your child into school with treats either for themselves or for other pupils that contain nuts/sesame seeds. The nut ban includes children’s packed lunches, specifically chocolate spread, peanut butter and anything containing sesame seeds. Please speak to your child’s class teacher for further advice. A child’s life is at risk should we not adhere to this.
If your child has an allergy, whether very mild or more severe, please make sure that school is aware of this. Even if your child never stays for a school meal, it is vital that we have a record of this on our system. Please either call into the school office or e-mail the team at email@example.com
Universal Infant Free School Meals
All infant aged children (EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 classes) will receive their midday school meal free of charge under the government's Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) scheme. This will be the exact same high standard, nutritionally based and balanced meal served throughout the majority of primary schools in Nottinghamshire.
The UIFSM is different funding from that of benefits-related free school meals. However, it is important that parents who believe they are eligible for benefits-related Free School Meals and the Pupil Premium also register for this, as this allows us to use the Pupil Premium to provide additional equipment, support and activities for the pupils. Please see details under Free School Meals below.
Free School Meals
For information about Free School Meals click here
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All children in EYFS and Years 1 & 2 (Key Stage 1) will receive a free hot school meal every day.
For children in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 (KS2), the cost of school meals is £2.55 per day, or £12.75 per week.
All payments are through your child's sQuid Catering account. All meals must be paid for in advance via your sQuid account.
Cick here or on the sQuid link on the right-hand side of the page.
Our school milk scheme is administered by Cool Milk. To register your child for school milk, please visit https://www.coolmilk.com/register or click on the Parent School Milk Registration Form.
If you believe your child is entitled to Free School milk, please follow the guidelines on the NCC website by clicking here FREE MILK