At St. Paul's we encourage children to drink plenty of water and encourage the eating of fruit at breaktimes.
All children are encouraged to bring their own bottle of water into school daily. Key Stage 1 children receive a piece of fresh fruit daily provided by the DCFS free fruit scheme. All children can purchase toast and juice as a snack at morning break.
Please note that sweets are not allowed in school unless sanctioned by a teacher for a special occasion. We do not allow the children to eat chocolate bars or crisps, fizzy drinks and gum are never permitted as we are a Healthy School.
The school has had Healthy School Status since 2006.
Our school dinner menu follows a three-week cycle. You can read the current menu below:
- Menu - from September 2018 (pdf)
Lunchtimes at St. Paul's
Michelle, the Cook
Dawn, the Assistant Cook
Our lunchtime supervisors.