St. Mary's CE Primary School is situated in a delightful village not far from the Shropshire town of Shrewsbury, UK. We are very proud or our school, it's children and staff. St. Mary's School aims to provide each individual child with an attractive, stimulating, caring learning environment, where all members of its community are valued. High standards of work and behaviour are insisted upon and achieved.
Children at St Mary’s can either have their own school packed lunch, OR have school meals, which are both healthy and varied, freshly prepared and served from the school kitchen. Our lunches are provided by staff working for Shire Services, under the direction of our cook Kelly, who is always happy to talk to parents about how she can help with any dietry requirements and food preferences of their children.
The menu works on a three-week cycle. Menu’s are available from school and we send these home regularly too. we also have special menu days to celebrate sporting events or National celebrations.
In some instances, nearly always due to non-availablility/supply of ingredients, the cooks in school will have to make changes to the published menu.
Prices for school dinners are:
your child will have school dinners, by cheque payable to Shropshire Council.
During the term, we warmly invite parents, carers and grandparents to eat lunch with us on any day. Please inform the school kitchen (01939 250808) that you would like to come to lunch, by 9.30 a.m. on the day you intend to come.
Children in Reception and Key Stage 1 are given a piece of fruit during morning breaktime, which is free under the National Fruit Scheme. Older children (Year 3 to 6) can bring fruit from home for a mid-morning snack. We operate a healthy eating policy and so do not allow sweets, crisps, biscuits or chocolate to be eaten at breaktime, and prefer fruit or health bars (e.g. muesli bars) to be consumed.
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