School Dinners are £2:30 per day, and can be paid for in advance either at the school office or online (once an account has been set up: please speak to Miss Cantrill for the details). Any child that has a value debt of 5 days or more will not be allowed to order any dinners until the debt has been cleared.
There is a daily choice of a meat “red”, vegetarian “green” or jacket potato “yellow” option. In the Summer term there is an additional “Blue” option that is a school packed lunch.
If your child has a specific diet due to religion or health reasons, we can provide a separate menu that can accommodate this. Please note that if the diet is due to health reasons, your child may not be able to have a school meal until the menu has been finalised from HC3S: Hampshire County Council who provide our school meals.
We also provide a healthy selection of snacks at break time, available for Year 1 and above.
Please click on the following link to be re-directed to the HC3S webpage, where all current menus are published as well as a link to the Special Diet Form.
Tucasi online dinner payments link:
School Milk Scheme
Woodcroft Primary School are part of the School Milk Scheme. Milk is free to all children in Year R and any child that is entitled to Free School Meals. It is also subsidised for all other children in Primary Education at an approx. cost of £15 per term. You can pay Cool Milk either online, over the phone or at a local PayPoint in half-termly, termly or annual instalments.
Any parent that would like their child to have milk at school can sign up either through the school office or online. If you have any questions regarding school milk please visit www.coolmilk.com or contact Cool Milk directly on 0844 854 2913. More information on milk is also available from the school.
Each child that registers with Cool Milk will receive a 189ml portion of semi-skimmed milk every day, delivered fresh and chilled to the classroom.
Milk is an excellent mid-morning drink. It provides a nutritional boost and keeps children hydrated between breakfast and lunch, helping them concentrate, learn and play. Providing children semi-skimmed milk can have a positive impact on their health:
- It provides children with the same nutrients as whole milk
- It’s a good source of energy
- It has 55% less saturated fat than whole milk
- It contains slightly more calcium than whole milk.