The school dinner menu runs on a 3-week rotation. You child can have a normal school dinner every day or our best of both menu.
Allergen information is available from Mrs Appleton in the school kitchen.
Mrs Appleton and her team work very hard in the kitchen to provide healthy meals for the children everyday! She also works with the children during lessons and enters competitions with the children. We like to promote good table manners and so every Monday the children who the kitchen staff think have the best manners have the honour of eating their lunch at the kings and queens table.
Our school council regularly meet to discuss the menu. Throughout the year there are special evenings and breakfasts that parents and children can attend. These include Burkina Faso breakfasts and Tudor, Viking or Egyptian banquets.
The other kitchen staff who help prepare and serve meals are: Mrs Harrison, Mr Appleton and Mrs Hough. Turton & Edgworth C.E. / Methodist Primary School won the LACA award in 2014 for the Best Self Managed Kitchen in the UK.
School Meals cost £2.10 a day / £10.50 per week and must be paid in advance. Our preferred method of payment is via our on-line payment system, www.parentpay.com Simply log on to your account and select School meals option. You do have the option of paying weekly, termly or even for the year. If you have not yet activated your account please speak to Mrs Page in the school office who will be happy to help. Alternatively you can pay by cheque, payable to: Edgworth Primary School. With effect from 1 September 2014 under new Government guidelines, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are eligible to receive a Universal Free School Meal.
We often have special lunch events including Chinese meals, American themed food, the Royal wedding celebration and Bonfire night lunch. At Easter and Christmas Mrs Appleton runs a hat competition.
During parents' evening Mrs Appleton prepares a range of dishes for you to sample some of the menu.
Cooking in the Classroom
Mrs Appleton also works with children during lessons and enters competitions. During the diamond jubilee celebrations the year 6 children entered a competition to cook for the queen. She has baked bread with reception and tapas dishes with year 5. The children also help Mrs. Appleton to prepare meals for local charities.