Cool Milk and KS1 Fruit

Our School Milk Scheme

Did you know our school has a school milk scheme?

By registering your child for our school milk scheme they will receive a 189ml (third of a pint) carton of semiskimmed milk every day. This is delivered fresh and chilled to their classroom every day.

“How much does it cost?”

Thanks to government subsidies, school milk is free for all under-fives and is subsided at around £15 a term for children aged five or older.

“Why should I register my child?”

School milk provides your child with essential nutrients such as calcium and protein, for strong, healthy teeth and bones. It is also rehydrating and energy boosting, helping to bridge the long gap between breakfast and lunch so children stay focused.

Find out the top ten reasons to drink school milk at

“How do I register my child?”

If your child is under five -

1. Go to the link below or pick up a form from school.

Cool Milk Website

2. Just register by a Tuesday for your child’s free milk to start the following week.

3. Free milk will continue until the Friday before your child’s fifth birthday. You will receive a payment request three weeks before this time- if you wish for your child to continue to receive school milk simply make a payment.

If your child is over five -

1. Go to the website below or pick up a form from school.

Cool Milk Website

2. Pay Cool Milk online, over the phone, at a local PayPoint or by cheque in instalments to suit you. If registering online you can pay straight away, if using a registration form you will need to wait to receive apayment request.

3. Just pay by a Tuesday for your child’s milk to start the following week.

“How do I find out more?”

Call Cool Milk directly on 0844 854 2913.


KS1 Fruit

Fruit Scheme

All children aged four to six years old in infant, primary and special schools are entitled to a free piece of fruit or fresh vegetable at school each day.  The fruit is given out at breaktime to ensure that the fruit supplied is additional, not just replacing fruit and vegetables that might have been eaten at lunchtime anyway.

The scheme is part of the national 5 A DAY programme. 

Healthy Eating

The School is committed to the Government's Healthy Schools campaign. We try to encourage the children to understand the value of healthy food. We also run a scheme which prohibits sweets, chocolate and fizzy drinks in lunchboxes. Please do not add such items to your child(ren)’s lunch as it is not only not healthy for them, it is also unfair on those children not receiving such items in their lunchboxes.

For more information on healthy eating please see the website

Change for Life Website