School Meals (including FSM)
Under the new government initiative, ALL children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes are entitled to a free hot lunch. We hope parents will join us in actively encouraging their child/ren to take a hot meal at lunch time. Menus are on a 3 week rota; copies are available to view or download via the link below. All school lunches must now be pre-ordered via ParentPay.
For pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 a hot lunch costs £2.54 per day unless parent/s are eligible for Free School Meal Entitlement then their lunch will also be free; call into the school office for further details. Are you entitled to claim free school lunches for your child/children?
You can complete the form online at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk and following the link 'Schools and learning'
Use the link below for information on paying for school meals. All meals should be paid for in advance. The school office will issue you with a user name and password in order to pay for hot lunches online. You also have the option to pay using PayPoint at various locations in Lydney. The school does not accept cash or cheque payments.
If your child has a specific dietary requirement, download the form (below) and bring it to the school office.
Existing users please read below before you Add a child to your ParentPay account.
DO NOT activate the new account, please follow the steps below:
- Log in to your existing ParentPay account
- Select ‘Add a child’ on the home page
- Enter the username and password (activation codes) from the letter
- Your child’s name will be listed, select Add to my account
- All done! You should now see your child’s name on your homepage.
Please note: Currently it is NOT possible to merge two accounts that have already been activated.
You can add up to six children at different schools to one ParentPay account.
Free School Meals (FSM) On-Line Portal
To register your child for FSM please go to the Gloucestershire County council Website:
Click on Education & Learning
Click on Transport & FSM
Click on Apply online link
Gloucestershire County Council now require that all applications are processed this way.