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Hadleigh Junior Catering

Hadleigh Junior Catering

Updated September 2017

 

On return after the Summer break we shall introduce our Winter menu,
Thank you to the school council & class 2 for picking the menus which include some new dishes as well as some firm favourites.
Our 3 weekly menus comply with the government nutritional standards.
In addition to the freshly prepared main meal & dessert we also offer a very
popular self-service salad bar. Bread, fresh fruit & a choice of drinks are
served as an accompaniment to whichever meal is chosen. The cost of a
school lunch is £2.00
We would request that pupils with any special dietary needs, or to order a
vegetarian meal should inform the kitchen staff before morning registration.
Our twice weekly tuck shop sells school compliant drinks & snacks. All
items cost 35p & we would request that your child has the correct money to
help keep queuing time to a minimum.
Should you have any concerns, worries or queries please do not hesitate to
contact the school office or kitchen.

 

Did you know…..just registering your child for Free School Meals means that Hadleigh Junior
School gets extra money?
This funding is called the ‘Pupil Premium’ & from September 2012 Hadleigh Junior School has
used the Pupil Premium to fund a full time learning mentor.
Registration is simple, either ask at the school office for confidential assistance or complete the
application form on the Essex county council website.
No one will know you have registered and it will not affect any other benefits you are claiming

Picture 1 Sue Arnull - Catering Manager
Picture 2 Elaine Broom - Catering Assistant
Picture 3 Mrs Virrels-Catering Assistant

We are very pleased to announce that once again Castle Pointy Borough Council has awarded the school 5 out of 5 for food hygiene. A huge thank you to Mrs Arnull and her kitchen team. 
20/05/2016

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The Hadleigh Junior School has a food hygiene rating of 5, due to the hard work of our catering staff

 

Sue Arnull - Catering Manager

Elaine Broom - Catering Assistant
Mrs Virrels-Catering Assistant

 

 

The Food Standards Agency is the body responsible for the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Food safety is very important for childcare because children are a vulnerable group. This means children can be more seriously affected by food poisoning and food allergy than some other groups of people.

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