Announcements

SCHOOL MEALS

Secondary Pupils

School meals are catered for by Harrison Catering Service, a long-established catering company who specialise in preparing delicious and nutritious food for young people. 

We operate a cashless payment system, ParentPay. Parents must pay in advance for their child's meals via the ParentPay portal, by selecting Aylesbury Vale Academy School Meals. Once your child's Parentpay account is in credit, they are able to make their own choice about which meal they would like on the day on which the meal is taken.

For more information about ParentPay click here.

To log into ParentPay click here.


Menus - Spring 2022

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Week 3 


Special/Themed Lunch Menus

National Shortbread Day - Thursday 6th January 2022

Chinese New Year - Tuesday 1st February 2022

Pancake Day - Tuesday 1st March 2022

Red Nose Day - Friday 18th March 2022

Easter Celebration - Wednesday 18th April 2022


Packed Lunch

Parents who prefer their child to bring a packed lunch to school, are requested to ensure that food is brought in a sturdy container and that drinks are in secure, unbreakable flasks.  Containers should be clearly named!  All packed lunches should contain a sandwich or suitable alternative and fruit and should not include sweets or fizzy drinks.  For further advice on packed lunches please consult your child’s class teacher or learning support assistant.


Free School Meals

Parents/carers in receipt of various benefits may be entitled to Free School Meals because of their family circumstances. We would request that all parents who think they may be eligible, contact the school office and complete the application form below, even if their child will not be taking school meals; as a successful free school meals application will also mean that the school will receive Pupil Premium funding which can then be used to improve provision in class and to support learning in other ways.  Requests for free school meals/pupil premium are treated confidentially and dealt with discretely and sensitively.  

Further information is available on the Buckinghamshire Council website.