School Uniform

Black trousers or a pinafore
School blue polo shirt
School jumper or cardigan
School fleece top
Black shoes

All items must be clearly labelled with your child’s name as uniform gets easily mixed up.

For P.E.; white t-shirt, black shorts and a pair of black plimsolls – ALL NAMED
Clothes in EYFS – Please send PE clothes in at the beginning of each half-term in a drawstring bag. These will be sent home for washing every half-term.
Coats will be needed throughout the year except during very hot weather. We will not allow your child to play outdoors without a coat on cold days. – Also a pair of Wellington boots and a raincoat need to be available at all times as we use the outside area in all weathers.
Hats should be brought on sunny days and sun-cream should be applied at home in the morning.

School Meals

A range of quality hot meals – dinner money must be paid in advance to the school office – £10.50 a week (£2.10 per day). You can view the menu on the school website. The menus comply with the latest School Food Trust standards, which ensure children receive the recommended levels of essential nutrients, whilst avoiding too much unhealthy content such as saturated fat. Most of the dishes are home made, and all meals are carefully prepared by our dedicated kitchen team.

Free School Lunch – If you think you are entitled to free school lunches please ensure you contact Lynton House on 0208 554 5000 or go to where further information and an online application form is available. If you require help with this please see the Staff in the School Office or the member of the Year Care Team.

Packed Lunch –which could include a non-fizzy drink (drinking water is available for all children), in a named lunch box, we encourage healthy eating and no sweets are allowed. A sample menu has been included to provide you with some ideas.


Snack Time – Children who are in the EYFS and the infants (Year 1 and Year 2) are eligible for free fruit. This will offered at the morning session playtime. The fruit varies each day, for example, apples, pears, carrots, strawberries, tomatoes and bananas.
Milk – Children up to the age of five are eligible for free milk which is delivered fresh each morning.
Water – The children have access to fresh water throughout the day.