Synergy Multi-Academy Trust is made up of schools, both secondary and primary, from north Norfolk. The Trust was initially established by Reepham High School and College in 2015. Our vision is simple; for all of our schools to work together to provide teaching and learning of the highest quality and for all of them to provide an exceptional range of educational experiences and opportunities.
|From January 2019 school lunches will be going up to £2.30|
Hot School Lunches
School meals are cooked on site in the school kitchen, catered for by Edwards and Blake. Menus are available to parents on request and copies are available on the school website. Please send money in a named purse or envelope (£2.20 per meal, per day). Payment can be made on a daily or weekly basis. We cannot extend credit beyond Fridays, as the catering staff must balance their accounts at the end of each week. As from September 2014 all children in our reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes will be entitled to a Free School Meal, under a new Government initiative.
Children may bring a packed lunch in a named lunch box with a boxed drink or plastic bottle. We do not allow glass bottles or cans on safety grounds. Please try to ensure that your child’s packed lunch contains a balanced meal. (Children who consume very high levels of sugar and/or chemicals may find it harder to concentrate on their work in the afternoons).
Water fountains are available in school. Children will be provided with their own plastic water bottle for use in the classroom. (Research shows a close link between hydration levels in the bloodstream and consequently in the brain and the ability to concentrate,think and learn).
An individual Midday Supervisor (dinner lady) is assigned to each class of children. The midday supervisors make sure that play is appropriate and help children to resolve any difficulties they may have in playing amicably together. All children are encouraged to seek support from a midday supervisor when needed and to let them know when any other child needs looking after. Lunchtime incidents are recorded in a class behavior log