At Crosshall Junior School we are very proud of our catering resources. Mrs Jean Mitchell, Catering Manager, and her team have been awarded the highest grade of 5 stars for hygiene and food standards by Huntingdon District Council.
We provide a range of healthy and delicious school lunches and aim to provide a varied choice for pupils. Meals are £2.50 per day. Pay for meals via the Arbor app or Arbor Parents Portal here
Visitors are welcome, an adult meal costs £5.00. Please call the School Office before the day you wish to visit to book a school lunch. Visitors need to arrive at 12:10pm for lunch, and bring the correct cash amount.
We have a rotation of five weekly Menus (*however these are subject to change depending on availability of ingredients/supplies).
wc 4th September MENU 3
wc 11th September MENU 4
wc 18th September MENU 5
wc 25th September MENU 1
wc 2nd October MENU 2
wc 9th October MENU 3
wc 16th October MENU 4
wc 30th October MENU 5
wc 6th November MENU 1
wc 13th November MENU 2
wc 20th November MENU 3
wc 27th November MENU 4
wc 4th December MENU 5
wc 11th December MENU 1
wc 18th December MENU 2
You can apply for Free School Meals via Cambridgeshire County Council website HERE
More information available under Free School Meals section HERE
Please provide a healthy snack for morning break. We encourage a balanced diet.
Please note all snacks must be nut free.
Please do not send your child into school with any nut-based product for a snack or packed lunch – this includes products that may contain traces of nuts. Potential allergens could include the following:
- NUTELLA, and NUTELLA based products
- other butters or spreads e.g. peanut butter. almond butter
- cereal bars
- some types of biscuits containing nuts
- cakes containing nuts
- some snack pots containing nuts
It is important that you check the labelling of food products before sending your child in to school with them – it is not always apparent that products contain nuts or traces of nuts.
We also ask that, if you child consumers any nut-based products before school, they wash their hands thoroughly and rinse their mouth before entering the school grounds. We understand that these measures may seem extreme; however, we want to ensure the health and safety of all our pupils, and the pupil in question’s allergy is so severe that even the slightest of contact with nuts would cause a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction.
As a school, we do not serve meals that contain nut-based products. We also ensure all food tables are disinfected before and after being used with antibacterial wipes and cleaning fluid.
If any pupil is found with a nut-based product, it will be confiscated and disposed of immediately.