Pupils spoke positively about the greater clarity in the behaviour expected since the arrival of the new executive headteacher

Ofsted report June 2014

​​​​​​​Lunchtimes

Our lunchtimes are from 12.00pm until 1.00pm (Years 3 & 4) 12.30pm until 1.30pm (Years 5 & 6), led by our dedicated, caring lunchtime team​. Our lunchtime staff are made up of a of lunchtime assistants and learning support assistants.  We ensure that our children enjoy their meals and interact positively and safely.

Our staff comply with the guidelines outlined by the behaviour policy (click to see this policy) and follow the same system of rewards and sanctions, adhered to by the classroom staff.  The lunchtime staff also communicate all incidents with the class teachers supported by a digital behaviour system.



Due the computerised system used in school, all children must remain school dinners or packed lunches all term.  All requests for change for the next term must be done in person at the school office, by letter.

 

School dinners

 

All our menus are healthy and nutritious and we are able to meet all dietary requirements, after consultation with our kitchen staff. 

You can view our school meals menu by visiting:

http://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/catering

Packed lunches

Parents who prefer to send their child with a packed lunch are asked that they provide their children with healthy meals. We therefore ask that you avoid sending your child sweets, crisps, chocolates and fizzy drinks. Samosas, chapattis /paranthas, sandwiches, fresh fruit, low fat crisps, fruit juice, yoghurt, milk etc are what we would recommend for a healthy alternative.


We also request that parents do not send drinks in glass bottles or in cans. All children who have a packed lunch must have a proper lunchbox.



​Home Dinners​
We do allow children to take their lunch at home. Where this is the case we ask for your co-operation by ensuring that children who go home for dinner return to school in adequate time for the start to the afternoon: 1.05pm​


Free School Meals​
Your child may be entitled to free school  meals. Please visit the  Wolverhampton City Council website or ask the school office for a Free School Meals application form if you think you may be eligible. If in doubt or you have any queries please contact the Free Schools Meals Service, Marlborough House, Leicester, Telephone number is 0116 252 7865.
 

Children who receive free school meals will also receive free milk, this is to be drunk in the classrooms at playtime.

Click here to be linked to Wolverhampton City Council's guidance about who is entitled to Free School Meals and how to apply

 

Lunchtime activities

 

In addition to time spent playing with their peers on the playground, there is the opportunity for children to enjoy a wide range of daily lunchtime activities available for children to enjoy, all supervised by play leaders.  

Woodfield Primary School

Woodfield Avenue

Wolverhampton

West Midlands

WV4 4AG

Woodfield Primary School is an Academy within St Bartholomew’s CE Multi Academy Trust which is a private company limited by guarantee, with charitable status, registered in England and Wales (Company No: 10312858). Registered office address is at St Bartholomew’s CE Primary School, Sedgley Road, Wolverhampton WV4 5LG. Website address: www.stbartsmat.co.uk

St Bartholomew’s CE Multi Academy Trust
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