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School Meals

Children have the option of staying for a school lunch, bringing a packed lunch or going home for lunch time. School lunches cost £2.50 per day child for children in Year three, Year four, Year five and Year six. This includes a main meal, bread and a dessert. The children also have the option of a pasta dish, a baked potato or sandwich with a choice of fillings.  Reception, Year one and Year two children are entitled to UNIFM (universal free school meals). Parents are encouraged to pay for school dinners through our electronic system, Parent Pay. Please ask at the school office for further details or click on the link below to be directed to the Parent Pay website. unknown Children can bring in a healthy packed lunch if they would prefer to. The menu for school lunches is organised on a termly basis. The current menu can be found below: Hutton Rudby Menu Autumn Term 2021 Hutton Rudby Menu Spring - January 2022[35856] 4

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If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.