School Meals

School Dinners – Meals are cooked on the premises. Each day a choice of meal is provided which includes a vegetarian option. The meals are provided in accordance with the DfE guidelines on nutrition. The children are asked to bring their money in each day that they wish to purchase a meal.

Sandwiches – Children are welcome to bring in their own sandwiches. Please ensure that they use a non-breakable, clearly labelled sandwich box or lunch bag. We try to encourage children to bring a lunch that is nutritionally balanced. It should not include sweets or fizzy drinks.

Free School Meals – If you are receiving Income Support or Income Based Jobseekers Allowance, your child may be entitled to a Free School Meal. Please contact the school office for further details. 

Snacks – At Emmbrook Junior School we encourage our children to eat healthily. Through consultation with a number of parents the following healthy snacks are permitted in school:

  • Portion of fresh fruit or veg
  • Plain bread sticks
  • Plain rice cakes
  • Chunks of cheese
  • Dried fruit with no additional coating

Children should not bring in nuts, seeds, high sugar or high fat items such as chocolate, crisps, cakes etc.

Important message

School Information

(Updated 13 May 2022)

Dear Parents & Carers,

You can find a link to Key Information relating to Covid-19 here.

You can find the governments ‘COVID-19 Response: Living with COVID-19’ here.

Summer Term 2021-22

11th July 2022 – 3 Ash to Odds Farm Park

11th July 2022 – Year Production & Leavers’ Assembly Matinee (1:30pm)

12th July 2022 – Year 6 Production & Leavers’ Assembly Evening (6pm)

13th July 2022 –  3 Larch to Odds Farm Park

14th July 2022 – Sports Day

15th July 2022 – End of Year reports Out

15th July 2022 – Y6 Leavers’ Party (PTA)

19th July 2022 – Parents’ Consultations (Reports)

20th July 2022 – Last Day of Term (2pm Finish)

21st July 2022 – Additional Bank Holiday (School Closed)

Many Thanks

EJS Team