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Please take some time to look at our new lunch menus which run on a three weekly rota.


Breakfast Club

The National School Breakfast Programme

St Mary's & St Peter's has joined the government's National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast.

As a NSBP School we are pleased to offer a healthy school breakfast, available to all, and enjoy the benefits that brings, with children settled and ready to learn at the start of the school day.

The Breakfast Club starts at 8.00 a.m. daily for all pupils in Reception through to Year 6. Currently our limit is set at 50 places but we do have a waiting list if you wish to place your child's name on it.

Parents/Carers who wish their child/children to attend Breakfast Club must enter school using the bottom side entrance door, this will give the children immediate access to the hall where the Club is held. The door will be opened at 8.00 a.m. sharp and then closed at 8.30 a.m.

The menu will offer a variety of breakfast food and drinks this year including:

Cereals - Rice Crispies, Cornflakes, Mini Shredded Wheat, Cheerios

Toast with topping - Butter, Jam, Marmalade, honey

Bagels with topping - Butter, Jam, Marmalade, honey

Drinks - Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Milkshakes, Hot Chocolate

Various Fruits to try

The cost this year is 50p. Breakfast club is a good opportunity for the children to relax, meet up with friends and have an excellent start to the school day.  The children have the opportunity to play games and take part in creative and physical activities.

The sessions will be supervised daily by Miss Shah, Mrs Varley and Mr Parkin and other members of staff when appropriate.

Healthy Lifestyles

At St Mary's and St Peter's we work hard to promote Healthy Lifestyles. We provide nutrition lessons for the children and family cook off sessions where parents and children use the food we receive from Rethink Food and create lovely nutritious meals. Each class has the responsibility of running the Rethink Food stall each half term. The curriculum for each class includes a half term focus on the Sustainable Development goals linked to the Rethink Food ethos.

We promote active classrooms for the children in side the school and a wealth of active sessions outside of school. Break times and lunchtimes promote activity with every child having a skipping rope. We provide active activity boxes, problem solving kits, scooters and many many other opportunities to be active at break times.

At St Mary's and St Peter's we strongly believe in the benefit of gardening on mental health and well-being as supported by our own research conducted through our practitioner enquiry programme. Every class has time for gardening integrated into their timetable where they tend to their Key Stage garden and our Queen Elizabeth II memorial garden.