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School Meals

We respectfully remind all parents/carers of the school debt policy for school lunches; they  must be paid for in advance per week or per half term . This payment should be made via The School Gateway, a link can be found on the bottom of this website.

Any queries regarding school lunches should be sent to:

lunches@st-marks.bromley.sch.uk

 

Free School Meals

Following the roll out of Universal Credit any child eligible for free school meals on 1 April 2018 will remain eligible until 31 March 2022 without further application regardless of any change in parental circumstances. 

If your child was not in receipt of Free School Meals on 1 April 2018 and you think your child is eligible, please apply online via the following link:

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

 

 

School Meals Spring Term 1

Tuesday 7th January to Friday 14th February 2020

KS2 Children (Years 3-6)

The cost of school meals for the first half of the Spring term will be £66.70 (29 days at £2.30 per day).

Date:

Number of Days:

Costs:

Week 1 – 07/01/20-10/01/20

4 days

£  9.20

Week 2 – 13/01/20-17/01/20

5 days

£11.50

Week 3 – 20/01/20-24/01/20

5 days

£11.50

Week 4 – 27/01/20-31/01/20

5 days

£11.50

Week 5 – 03/02/20-07/02/20

5 days

£11.50

Week 6 – 10/02/20-14/02/20

5 days

£11.50

Total

29 days@ £2.30

£66.70

HALF-TERM

17th February to

21st February 2020


If your child is attending a whole day trip where you will be providing a packed lunch, please deduct £2.30 for that day.

 

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