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Children pay into their dinner money account at cash loaders in the school at break, lunch or when they first arrive at school in the morning. It is best to aim to pay once a week, or once a month rather than daily. They then queue at the serving hatch that they wish to buy from, and use their finger print ID to deduct from the account, making the queues smoother and faster than ever before.
How much does school dinner cost?
Secondary school dinners are £2.30 for a two course meal. Chartwells also provide a snack range which starts at £1. To see the current menu click on the link on the right.
Chartwells have also recently started providing a free bowl of porridge for breakfast which students can collect from 8:10-8:30am.
Applying for free school meals: Who is eligible?
To qualify for free school meals families must be receiving one of these:
- Income Support
- Income Based Job Seekers Allowance
- Income Based Employment Support Allowance
- Support under Section VI of the Asylum Act 1999
- Guarantee Element of Pension Credit
- Child Tax Credit, without any entitlement to Working Tax Credit, and with an annual income below £16,190
How do I apply?
To apply call Lewisham on 020 8314 6221 between 10am-4pm, or download the form from the link on the right and send to Lewisham. Free school meals cannot be back dated so you should apply as soon as your children require free school meals. The school can only allow students to get a free school meal once Lewisham have informed us that they are eligible. Even if you live in another borough, you apply to Lewisham.
How does the finger printing system work for free school meals?
Free school meal children still tap on the finger printing, but the lunch is given to them without any money on the account.