At lunch time your child may have a school meal or bring packed lunch from home.
Our meals are cooked on site using fresh ingredients where this is possible.
We are a nut free school
Christmas Menu being served Wednesday 4th December – click here to view menu
New School Lunch Menu Autumn/Winter 2019/20 – click here
Highfield Healthy Food displays – Click here
All parents must pay using Parentpay – either follow this link to the Parentpay website or ask in the school office for a barcode letter to use at a Paypoint shop.
All meals must be paid for in advance – please refer to our School Meal Debt Policy – here
Please click here if you think your child/ren may be eligible for free school meals
You can download a free school meals form (for Reception, Year 1 & 2) from here.
Enfield Catering Services
Enfield Catering Services have been awarded the Prestigious Silver Catering Mark from the Soil Association for all its Primary and Special schools.
Highfield school was chosen for the inspection and the Inspector praised our Chef Naz Unuvardir for the food served at lunchtime stating it was “healthy, colourful and with the best salad bar he had ever seen in a school”
We know that here in Enfield we are successful in providing a good service that is improving in line with the needs of pupils, parents and schools all the time.
We give children and young people a real choice with our menus. But as well as this:
- Meals are freshly cooked by our qualified staff
- All pupils have access to fresh fruit, vegetables, salad and water daily
- Our menus are nutritionally balanced and meet the Government nutrient standards
- Locally sourced and seasonal produce
- Use of free range eggs
- Culturally diverse menus
- Regular theme days
- Our menus are designed to encourage pupils to try new dishes
Please visit the Catering Services website at www.myschoollunch.co.uk/enfield for additional information.
Healthy snack guidance:
We allow children to have a healthy snack at break time. Children in Early Years and KS1 are provided with a piece of fruit/vegetables, while in KS2 parents/carers have the option to provide their child with a healthy snack, for break time.
There has been some confusion and debate about what constitutes a healthy snack and after looking at NHS advice and understanding the need for clarity on this issue we have decided for KS2 a healthy snack is a piece of fruit or a vegetable. This is in line what is provided for children in the Early Years and KS1.
Highfield Kitchen Staff
Click here for Packed Lunch Guidelines