Welcome to Kett's Kitchen.
At lunchtime, children can choose to bring in a packed lunch from home, go home for lunch or have a school lunch. Children in Years R to 2 have Universal Infant Free School Meals meaning that the school lunch is provided free of charge to parents.
Our Lunch Menus
MENU YEAR R
MENU YEAR 1 TO 6
Allergens Summer Menu 2022
HEALTHY LUNCH BOX IDEAS
QUICK AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS
Slice an apple into discs and use a small cookie cutter or apple corer to make a hole in the centre and remove any pips. Spread cream cheese over the slices, and top with raisins, flaked almonds or a few sprinkles.
Spread some natural yoghurt over a tray lined with baking parchment - don't make it too thin. Scatter over some halved raspberries and blueberries (fresh or frozen) and freeze until solid. Break into shards to serve.
Fill the cavities of celery batons with peanut butter or hummus, and arrange some raisins on top.
Mash some flaked smoked mackerel or smoked salmon with a few tablespoons of natural yoghurt, mayonnaise or cream cheese, then add a twist of pepper and some lemon juice (or just simply hummus) - spread over oatcakes.
Ham and Cucumber Pin-wheels
Slice some cucumber ad top with 'wheels' on ham and cream cheese (or hummus if you prefer).
THE SCHOOL FOOD STANDARDS
The School Food Standards lay down the foundations of how our chefs have to compile menus, what food they can serve, the portions they should serve and other food and drink guidelines that school must adhere to. They have been mandatory in all maintained schools since January 2015 and our Governors responsible for ensuring these standards are being met.