Lunchtimes are being staggered across the school in line with COVID19 restrictions and currently are:
Early Years/Reception: 11.30 -1.00pm
Key Stage 1 (years 1-2): 12.30 – 1.30pm
Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6): 11.30 – 1.30pm
Children can opt to have a healthy packed lunch from home or a hot school meal. The cost of a primary school meal is £2.30 per day unless your child is in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 in which case they will be entitled to the Government’s Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) scheme or they are entitled to free school meals. If your child is eligible to free school meals please ensure that you have applied before they join the school and that you have informed the office.
School dinners need to be paid for in advance, either weekly, monthly or half termly. Payments should be made via Parentpay. You will need to get Parentpay login details from the office if you do not already have them. Children wishing to change their meal preference can only change at the beginning of each half term. Please inform the office in writing. They cannot change in the middle of a school week or during the half term.PAY FOR SCHOOL MEALS
Find out what’s on the menu:LEWISHAM SCHOOL MEALS
Please note there are three sets of menus, please scroll the document to see the other menus.
Free School Meals
The Pupil Support Team at Lewisham deal with free school meal applications. To apply you will need to create an account and then submit an online application.APPLY FOR FREE SCHOOL MEALS AND OTHER SUPPORT
To create an account you will need the following information:
- Your full name as registered with HMRC
- Your full address as registered with HMRC
- Your contact details i.e. your email and /or telephone
To complete the online application please see below:
Once you are registered an email notification will be sent to your email address requesting you to verify your account. Please click on the link to verify your account and then complete and submit the application.
You will need to have at hand and add following details:
- Your National Insurance Number (NINO) in full a registered with HMRC
- Your date of birth in full as registered with HMRC
- Your contact details in full preferably your email address
Add all of your children who are of school age and add the following details for each child:
- Your child’s full name as shown on their birth certificate
- Your child’s full address
- Your child’s date of birth in full
- The name of the school they are attending and the date they started
After you have submitted the online form, pupil support will review your entitlement and confirm the outcome of your application in writing.
Please do apply if you think you are eligible or your circumstances have changed.
If you are experiencing financial challenges at the moment, you may apply for Free School Meals (FSM) for your child/children, if your family meets the criteria. You do not need to discuss your personal situation with the school. Your child can get FSM if your combined annual household income is below £16,190 (as assessed by HMRC) and you get one of certain benefits.
What other support your child will get
Free school meals are part of something called ‘pupil premium’. As well as providing free school meals, pupil premium provides extra funding of up to £1,350 to your child’s school. We can then use this funding to support your child’s education through extra tuition, teaching staff, trips or after school activities.More information about Lewisham free school meals and other support
If you would like to provide your child with a packed lunch there are lots of healthy optionsLunchbox ideas and recipes
Heathy Schools London
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Kilmorie has been awarded the Healthy Schools London Bronze Award! This means that we have shown a dedication to promoting the health and well-being of our school community through a high-quality PE and PSHE curriculum, healthy eating, showing care for our environment and much more. So next time you’re in school, look out for our certificate. Next stop, silver award!
As of April 2019, Kilmorie School is now officially a Sugar Smart School. The Sugar Smart campaign is run by Sustain. They are an alliance for better food and farming who aim to enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture and promote equality.
They work to help local authorities, organisations, workplaces and individuals to reduce the amount of sugar we all consume. Anyone can pledge to become Sugar Smart – from councils and schools to restaurants, hospitals and independent companies.
We are committed to helping the future and our children in any way we can. If you would like to pledge your support, please tap the button below:Support Sugar Smart