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School Meals

Our lunch break is from 12.00 noon to 1.00 p.m. Children may have a school meal  - sandwiches are available through our School caterer, or children may bring a packed lunch from home.

We are delighted to have Harrison Catering as our provider who have been serving quality school meals to our children since September 2017.

Children may switch on to school meals at any time by informing the School Office in advance. Please allow two week's notice. We request that once on School meals children remain on them for at least half a term. Payment will be set up on Scopay once your child is added to the Dinner Register, by the School Office.

Our catering manager Jon Simpson would love to hear from you with any feedback, concerns or particular favourites and can manage any food allergies your child may have. Please note we are a nut free school. 

Please contact Jon directly with any queries relating directly to the food served at Bramhope on or speak to your class teacher.

2020-2021 WEEKLY MENUS

Harrison are currently operating a 2 week rolling menu - see the current menus below.  

The office will send out a new online form every two weeks, for parents to place dinner orders. 

Click here to complete the online order form. 



School MEALS  

All Foundation and KS1 children are currently entitled to a free school meal. 

School meals for KS2 children must be paid for using our on-line payments system  - Scopay (Tucasi). The cost of a School Meal is £2.50.  With Scopay you can top up your school meal balance at any time by an amount of your choice, or simply pay for school meals taken. 

To apply for free school meals for KS2 children, please click here

Foundation and Key Stage 1 Healthy Snacks

Children are offered milk (this must be paid for the term after the child turns 5). Our school milk provider is Cool Milk. All new Reception pupils are automatically registered by the school.  You can visit the Cool Milk website here.  Children are also offered a portion of fruit (free of charge) each day in Reception and Key Stage 1 classes, as the school subscribes to the Government's 'Fruit and Vegetable Scheme'.  Parents of children in KS2 may also send fruit or vegetables for break-time.