At St Faith's, hot school dinners are provided through our partnership with Hampshire County Council Catering Services (HC3S). We expect that parents of children in Key Stage 1 will take up the option of the Universal Infant Free School Meal.
HC3S can provide special diets for pupils with allergies and intolerances who want to have a school meal. Special diets are provided for pupils with a medical problem, not just a dislike of certain food. They will require medical evidence confirming your child’s allergy. HC3S's standard primary school menu is nut-free, and ingredients are manufactured in a nut-free environment so all children with a nut allergy can eat our standard menu without having to register for a special diet.
HC3S provide all the nutrients that children require throughout the week, and produce a menu which has a three-weekly cycle and is available for parents to view at:
Free school meals
A child may be eligible for free school meals if their parent or carer receives one or more benefits. Please follow this link for further information.