Holroyd Howe provides the school with delicious hot dinners every lunchtime freshly cooked on site everyday. The children enjoy a diverse menu, a delicious salad bar and choice of fresh deserts each day.
Our food here at The Fulham Bilingual, is cooked with the finest British produce from local farmers, growers and artisan suppliers. So when it comes to selecting our ingredients we choose only the best.
Along with Holroyd Howe, we champion the importance of providing children with food containing high nutritional value as it is key to their healthy growth.
Our chefs not only share ideas amongst themselves but also like to hold Holroyd Howe food education classes for children. These can be anything from fresh pasta, sushi or bread baking to creating recipe cards which help to encourage children to try new types of food, learn about seasonality and the variety of ingredients available. We look forward to sharing more about this with you soon!
Rosie is our Head Chef. She is in the canteen everyday to chat about the food with the children.
Saeed and Juan Carlos are the dedicated chefs found in the kitchen cooking kilos of food every day!
Pat, Linda, Sarah, Fola, Elena, Anastasia and Noura serve the children their lunch with a smile.
If your child is in Holy Cross CE1, CE2, CM1 or CM2 please can you ensure the school lunches are paid for each term via the school Gateway. If you have any questions about this, contact Meachell in the school office.
In line with the new government legislation Holy Cross children in MS, GS and CP do not need to pay for school lunches.
All state-funded schools in England, including academies and free schools, have a legal duty to offer free meals for all children in Reception to Year 2, under the Universal Infant Free School Meals policy. This means children in CE1-CM2 pay for their school lunches unless they are entitled to a free school meal. There is government support available to help cover the cost of school meals for families on a low income. Please click the link to find out if your family is eligible for FSM support and further information.
Why is this? What role does food play in Primary Schools?