School meals at Belmont are provided by Pabulum.
Pabulum state their vision for school meals as follows:
To be at the forefront of improving the next generation’s health and well-being, by shaping the food culture in education that inspires a passion and love of fresh food – without compromise.
The vast majority of the food we serve our children is freshly prepared on site as it's through a balanced diet and healthy food choices that children maintain higher classroom concentration levels. 94% of our food is freshly prepared in Belmont Junior School’s kitchen and 75% of the food is British and locally sourced.
At Belmont Junior School we have a dedicated Pabulum team led by Shana our Chef Manager.
Available every day at lunchtime and made fresh in our kitchen we offer:
- A choice of meat/fish or vegetarian main meal
- Unlimited salad bar with eight delicious choices
- Jacket potato with a variety of fillings
- Two choices of unlimited freshly baked wholemeal bread
- Homemade dessert
- Fresh mixed fruit platter
- Homemade yoghurt or mousse
Your current menu, along with allergens, can be found here.
To find out more about Pabulum, their suppliers or their company initiatives please check out the Pabulum website for the latest blogs and news stories, contact them via email email@example.com or call them on 01252 819991.
The cost of meals is £2.40 per day or £12.00 per week and payment needs to be made on your ParentPay account.
Pabulum also provide special menus to coincide with national days, international days and to support the curriculum. If your child usually has a packed lunch, they are able to have a school meal on these days. They need to make sure they tell their teacher they are having a school meal on the day and payment needs to be made on ParentPay.
Free School Meals
To be entitled for Free School Meals, the following rules apply:
- Your joint household income must be LESS than £16,190
- You MUST BE receiving Child Tax Credit
- You MUST NOT be receiving Working Tax Credits
If you do not match all of these then you are not entitled to Free School Meals.
You can do a quick check on the following site: https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/
If you are entitled to Free School Meals you will get a certificate. Please print this off or forward a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org Please put your child’s or children’s name(s) in the subject header of the email.