All school meals can be ordered via SCOPAY.COM
From September 2014, all infant children are entitled to receive a Universal Infant Free School Meal (UIFSM); this was a government decision after a recommendation from the School Food Plan. At St Swithun’s Catholic Primary School, like most Portsmouth Schools, we use Caterlink to provide our school meal service. A typical example of our three week cycle is shown below.
All our meals, including a vegetarian option, are cooked on site. Children are offered a choice of main courses and desserts. Salads and fruit are always available and all cooked meals are eaten in the school hall under the supervision of our dedicated lunchtime staff.
If your child prefers to eat a packed lunch that is absolutely fine. Packed lunches need to be provided in a named lunch box. Drinks should be in an unbreakable container or carton. Fizzy drinks or sweets are not acceptable. No nut products or peanut butter please, as we have children in our school with severe food allergies.