Lunchtime is a chance for students to socialise, to meet new friends and to try new experiences. It should be used productively and to support this there are a large number of lunchtime clubs and classes including study support in the library. More information about this can be found on the school website or from form tutors.
We are part of the Healthy Schools network, and all of our food at lunchtime complies with national standards. There are always fresh vegetables and salads to accompany main dishes, and the menu over a fortnightly period ensures a really balanced and healthy range of dishes.
Because we are a really large school, there are inevitably queues at lunchtime. The kitchen ensures that fresh food is brought out at different times during lunch, so that students can choose to have their playtime/social time first and then join the queues later on, providing this is before 1:30pm.
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If the weather is fine, students are expected to make the most of the fresh air. If it is rainy, or if it is very, very cold, students are able to come inside:
Lower Hall or LG2/ LG4 if Lower Hall is not available.
Upper Hall or Upper Gym if Upper Hall is not available.