Please view our School Dinners Menu 2017 . This will help you and your child decide on which colour band to choose, RED or GREEN. Our menus are provided to us by Havering Catering Services. For more information please look at their website here.
The Bishops also wish to remind us that every Friday is set aside as a special day of penitence, as it is the day of the suffering and death of the Lord. They believe it is important that all the faithful again be united in a common, identifiable act of Friday penance because they recognise that the virtue of penitence is best acquired as part of a common resolve and common witness.
The law of the Church requires Catholics on Fridays to abstain from meat, or some other form of food, or to observe some other form of penance laid down by the Bishops’ Conference. The Bishops have decided to re-establish the practice that this penance should be fulfilled simply by abstaining from meat and by uniting this to prayer. Those who cannot or choose not to eat meat as part of their normal diet should abstain from some other food of which they regularly partake.
Further to this guidance, Mrs Barrett ensures that the children get the Meat Free Mondays on a Friday.
For information about Free School Meals and how to apply click here.