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Lunches in School

Children can choose to either have a school cooked meal or bring a packed lunch to school. All school lunches must be paid for and ordered in advance using our online payment system Scopay. Our School Office will provide parents with a secure code to access this system which is also used for collecting payment for trips and other school activities once their child starts school with us.

Twelve15 is part of Surrey County Council and it has been providing school meals for over 70 years. It feeds thousands of school children daily and is Shottermill’s caterer.

Pupils’ wellbeing is at the heart of Twelve15’s recipes, and every weekday they provide fresh, healthy, and nutritionally balanced lunches that adhere to Government Food Standards. 80% of meals are made from scratch, using locally sourced produce whenever possible. There is a three-week menu cycle, which typically includes three daily hot meal options including a vegetarian offering. The school kitchen is nut free and Twelve15 has a range of Special Diet menus including Dairy Free and Free from Gluten, as well as catering for the 14 key allergens identified by the Food Standards Agency.

The price per meal is £2.70 which entitles your child to a balanced main course, dessert, fresh bread and access to a salad bar. All children eat in the school hall from 12:15pm, and in warmer weather, children with packed lunches can eat outside on the benches.

If you feel your child may be entitled to a Free School Meal, please speak in confidence to a member of the School Office or click on the tab on the left for more information.  

Please click here to access our online payment system Scopay.

More information about the menus provided in school and the framework for standards that the school and Surrey County Council work within, please see the link below.