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29/07/20

Amazing! Well done Faith ⭐️ https://t.co/hB3KuTiXWE

25/07/20

📚 📖 Can you please help Harper grow our library by donating to her London Literary Adventure! She is reading in inspiring locations in and around London as much as possible throughout the month of July and would be so grateful if you could support her. https://t.co/OjM9hvQDgz

16/07/20

We are so impressed with this amazing piano playing! Well done Roan- we can’t wait to hear you play in person soon! https://t.co/LhWXGFU1x0

13/07/20

Huge thank you too to Ollie Polly play cafe for sending in afternoon teas for all of the teachers- so very much appreciated

13/07/20

Lovely visit today from Councillor Hannah Gray after being nominated by one of our parents. We were presented with a certificate of appreciation for work during lockdown. The Mayor received flowers and a handcrafted piece of art by year 1. https://t.co/b647VmBC5c

10/07/20

Self care. Purple bubble learnt about self care and ways to relax today. They then created gift bags, instruction cards using marbling inks and scented bath bombs to give to someone or to use as a treat for themselves. Take care of others but also remember take time for yourself. https://t.co/PTyX27hual

10/07/20

Retweetd From BromleyMencap

A guest speaker from the Educational Health Care Team will be joining the Autism Family Support drop-in session on Monday. Please email autismfamilysupport.org for more info & the login details. https://t.co/JqN4vsD5Qh

06/07/20

Oscar finished his fundraising bike ride with a phenomenal amount of £1100 raised. We are so proud Oscar and will be spending the money on new playground equipment for September return to school. Thank you to all who sponsored and supported. https://t.co/n1jfsBsWzN

03/07/20

As we welcome all children back to school next week, our keyworker bubble will change as children rejoin their classes. We celebrated with a garden party! Children designed the menu, baked or made all of the delicious food and drink and then enjoyed and celebrated our community❤️ https://t.co/idqeaB71AV

02/07/20

Meet the mini versions of Betty O Barley and Harry O Hay. YR1 worked hard today, building scarecrows and harvesting delicious courgettes and potatoes that we then cooked fresh from the earth and tasted. Even our most discerning palates had a try and gave it the thumbs up! https://t.co/HHUiTzmSnI

29/06/20

Go Oscar! Your determination and resilience are shining through. 35 houses visited, 40 miles completed so far and an incredible £970 raised! Thank you for raising so much for new playground equipment for when we return to school. https://t.co/v2i7u9GQkh https://t.co/Szpb93iia2

29/06/20

Reception children have been using natural resources to create art work including this beautiful reminder to be mindful. https://t.co/Ukgh7LNTen

25/06/20

What a scorcher ☀️ the allotment was a lot of hard work today but we kept cool with the sprinkler and using the shade whilst we worked. We also were overjoyed and proud of our first little bounty 🥒 🥔 https://t.co/4sz9LHS6Pa

24/06/20

An Artistic Riddle, Keyworker Bubble were given grid squares with shaded shapes on with intructions to colour certain areas and doddle on others. Trying to work out what the grids could mean meant some interesting ideas were shared. See our time lapse for the answer... https://t.co/OvC94TCHAn

22/06/20

Why do mentos and diet cola react this way? Is it texture? sugar? something else? Keyworker bubble were tasked with predicting, control measuring and working out the answer for some outdoor science. https://t.co/Ih3uE5H7ik

21/06/20

Go Oscar!! We are so proud of your fundraising bike ride🚲 Thanks to everyone who has supported so far 😊#community https://t.co/5t0VXUeU4Q

19/06/20

🍅 Allotment Update!! 🌽 It rained. A lot! So today’s session focused on how we can encourage 🐝 and 🦋 and other wildlife to visit, we have planned to plant a meadow area next week and took time today studying flowers and recreating them using pastels and blown paint. https://t.co/1FFMmXi15K

18/06/20

Our leadership team is learning how we can further embed mindfulness in school working with as part of the Mindfullness in Schools project.

15/06/20

Mindful Monday! Reception bubbles created the most stunning natural art to frame their dusted handprints. Mindful breathing practice followed by a 5 senses session looking at our plants in the playground and working out which of the senses each plant used the most. 👁👃🏼👂🏿🤚🏽👅 https://t.co/non5sibBJc

11/06/20

Reception bubbles have been adding their kindness pebbles to our new pathway. Their definition of kindness when discussing was ‘smiling’, ‘helping each other, ‘sharing’ and ‘showing love’ what clever and caring 4 and 5 year olds we have. https://t.co/4fcoTyzNq6

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Our Food Provisions

Our school meals are provided by Chartwells Catering

* During the phased re-opening of the school all pupils will receive a school packed lunch, details of the menu can be viewed here *

 

Please see the details of our current Summer 2020 Menu here

Should your child have any special diet requirements or allergies please complete the form below and return to the school office with medical evidence, a meeting will then be arranged with the catering company who will do their very best to accommodate all needs. It is very important that you do this a quick as possible after diagnosis to allow time to put in place alternative menu plans   Chartwells Dietary Form

Cost of Meals

Since September 2014 primary pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 have received free school meals automatically as part of a Government initiative.

From Year 3 onwards meals cost £2.20 per day and need to be paid via our school Parent Pay account, registration forms will be in your induction pack or ask the school office for a sign up form.

If you earn under £16,190 p/yr and are in receipt of the following benefits you may be entitled to receive Pupil Premium Funding also known as Free School Meals:

  • Universal Credit (provided you have an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400, as assessed by earnings from up to three of your most recent assessment periods)
  • Income Support (IS)
  • Income-related Employment & Support Allowance (IRESA)
  • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance (IBJSA)
  • Child Tax Credit 2019/20 provided you’re NOT also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income (as assessed by the Inland Revenue) not exceeding £16,190
  • Working Tax Credit run-on (the payment received for a further four weeks after the end of qualification for Working Tax Credit payment)
  • Guarantee Element of Pension Credit
  • NASS support under part VI of the Immigration & Asylum Act 1999.

It is imperative that if you think you are eligible for this funding you apply immediately upon joining school, even though you already receive the free lunches from Reception - Year 2, as the school receives additional funding per eligible child and you will be entitled to additional benefits.

Please apply directly here:

https://www.bromley.gov.uk/info/200086/schools_and_colleges/62/free_school_meals

https://www.bromley.gov.uk/site/xfp/scripts/xforms_form.php?formID=180