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Middle school menus

 The current menu is available below:

If you require allergen information, please email marnie.george@compass-group.co.uk

Chartwells have added more new products to this menu. It provides variety and choice that reflect the changing seasons and market trends as well as giving exceptional value for money.

Please contact your school individual menu prices.

What's available?

A mains counter offers the 'traditional' plated meal including the best of British plus different tastes and styles of food from around the world.

Additional service points include:

Hot deli

Hot or cold filled jacket potatoes, Pasta King sauces with pasta or noodles.

Cold deli

This offers a wide selection of sandwiches, baguettes and wraps - something to suit everyone's taste.

Extra service points reduce queuing time helping to make lunch time a more enjoyable experience.

Ordering a menu

Menus are refreshed twice a year (Autumn/Winter, October half term and Spring/Summer, April Easter) and each time schools and parents are notified via communication from Chartwells teams.

If you would like a hard copy of the menu, please contact your school or e-mail: ChartwellsEnquires@compass-group.co.uk

Middle school healthy eating

Middle schools are a stepping-stone between primary and high schools.

Now more than ever children need to make informed choices about their diet - school, as a place of education, has a crucial part to play in promoting the message about healthy lifestyles.

For young people a healthy diet means:

  • a balanced diet with plenty of variety and enough energy for growth and development
     
  • sufficient fibre-rich starchy foods
     
  • plenty of fruit and vegetables
     
  • not eating too many foods containing a lot of fat, especially saturated fat
     
  • modest amounts of dairy products
     
  • moderate amounts of meat, fish or alternatives
     
  • not having sugary foods and drinks too often

Starting at a new school?

When starting a new school young people are faced with lots of changes.

To help them find their feet in the dining room all new intake pupils will receive a welcome leaflet introducing the school meals service. It answers some of the questions parents/carers and young people may have.

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