School Meals

The RAINBOW DELI. is open for business!!

Because of health and safety measures to protect our community this half term (Summer 2 - 2020) our Rainbow Café is making and serving only packed lunches. This is because children must stay within their classroom 'bubble' and we could not safely deliver hot food to all rooms. So the Café may be closed but the Greenwood Rainbow Deli. is now open. Every day we will be offering a wide range of bread products, fillings and other things to go in them too. These are still free for children entitled to benefits-linked free meals and for any children in EYFS or KS1. Food is hygienically made and wrapped to children's choices and each day placed in a clean, disposable paper bag. These are collected from the dining room by the mid-day supervisor attached to that class and delivered to the classroom. Class tables are cleaned before the lunches arrive and after children have eaten. Children must all wash their hands before and after eating too. The MDS dispose of all the waste. Children can bring their own lunches if you prefer - plastic washable lunchboxes or disposable plastic bags are best (as fabric bags can transport germs). See our great choices below. If you want to discuss these with your child and send in a note with their choices, especially for little ones, this saves decision time in class.





Remember children in Foundation 2 (Butterflies) and Key Stage One can have a FREE DINNER EVERY DAY. Please encourage them to give it a try. We have listened to our customer feedback and made some other changes too. Sandwiches and dinners can now sit together if they want! We also intend to have a special birthday table where children can sit with friends on their birthdays. Our kitchen staff are all now part of our team and become PINK Ladies too with lovely new uniforms.


(Our Food Smells & Tastes Extremely Delicious)

Let me know what you think of the menus using the comments box on the homepage or drop me an email!

Our school dinners cost £2.30

Bon Appetit!

Miss Tucker