Most children require a snack at morning break to keep them going through the day.

We encourage children to bring in healthy snacks.

Many of these will help contribute to their 5 daily portions of fruit and vegetables, keep them alert and help them concentrate.

Children in EYFS and KS1 have a daily snack of fruit or veg provided for free by the government, so additional snacks for these ages may not be required.

If you are intending to send in healthy snacks with your child please limit them to the list below.

  • Vegetables/ vegetable sticks – such as celery, cucumber, peppers or carrot.
  • A piece of cheese (cheddar cheese or Babybel).
  • A piece of fresh or dried fruit – pineapple, mango, kiwi, plain raisins, apricots, blueberries, banana slices.
  • Bread sticks, plain pretzels, banana bread, malt loaf, oat/rice cakes and small pitta breads are also good snacks.
  • Yoghurt

We are aiming for a common-sense approach, with the key being to keep it healthy and no chocolate, sweets or crisps during breaktime.



We need the children to stay hydrated and so please ensure they bring a named water bottle into school daily. #

Squash and fruit juice are not permitted apart from at lunchtime (in their lunch boxes).