For details on how to apply for free school meals and information regarding how the school receives funding, please read the letter below:
From 4 September 2017 the price of a school meal will be £2.30. For all Key Stage 2 pupils except children who are entitled to free school meals.
We ask that parents pay for the week in advance on a Monday and our preferred method is either using our online School Money or our money pocket envelopes (supply available from the office).
Cheques should be payable to ERYC.
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Various changes for special events are notified as they occur.
The School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme is part of the 5 A DAY programme to increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
Under the Scheme, all children aged four to six years in LEA maintained infant, primary and special schools will be entitled to a free piece of fruit or vegetable each school day.
For more information about the scheme click on the link : www.5aday.nhs.uk/sfvs/default.aspx
Following recent press announcements the Procurement and School Meals teams would like to assure schools and parents who purchase from the Authority's approved suppliers, Young's the Butcher and Hopwell's frozen foods, that the that the Council has received assurances from these two suppliers that the beef and beef products listed on the school order forms, do not contain any traces of horse meat.
Our Menus and meals are provided by Hutton Cranswick Primary School. The school tries where possible to source produce from local traders and the meat is bought from the James White the local butcher in Hutton Cranswick. James White has sent us the following notice:
"Fruit and Vegetables are bought from Rafters in Driffield and Fruit is bought from the Farm Shop in Hutton Cranswick."