School Meals


Children may bring a packed lunch, have a school dinner or go home for lunch. Meals are cooked on site and are of a very high standard.  Dinners can be paid for daily, weekly, monthly or termly in advance, using our on-line system, Parent Pay.  The cost of a meal is £2.20 per day.  Full details will be provided by the school.  If you are on Income Support you can apply for free dinners.  Please ask at the office.  Children may bring a non-fizzy drink with their packed lunch.  Sweets and chocolate are not allowed, although a biscuit based snack is fine.  Nationally, a snack of fruit or vegetables is supplied free to every KS1 child daily.  This is not the case at KS2.  Children are encouraged to bring a piece of fresh fruit for morning break and may bring a small bottle of water to drink during the day.  Fruit is also available to buy every morning at play time.  The school operates a debt recovery policy which is fully endorsed by the governing body.  Holy Trinity Church of England Junior School supports the principle that money should be well managed so that the children benefit from the school’s budget within the principles of equal opportunities.  This encompasses the view that we work within a balanced budget and do not accrue any debt.  This means that debt will be dealt with sensitively, but for the sake of the budget being shared equally in the school, debt to the school will be pursued.

Click here to view Caterlink website for more information on school meals.


If you think you may be able to claim for a free school meal, please follow this link to the London Borough of Sutton and you will be able to apply online.  If you require any help, please ask Mrs Mowle in the School Office.  Thank you. 

Autumn Term 2017