From September 2021 children will be eating lunch in the main school hall.
Ordering School Meals
Please see SCOPAY for details of the meal choices available each day, please note that there will occassionaly be amendments to the Twelve 15 published menus below as we tailor the options to best suit our pupils.
Daily menu choices should be made via www.scopay.com. If you have not made a selection via SCOPAY for your child's lunch then it will be assumed they are bringing in their own packed lunch from home.
Please order for a minimum of 1 week ahead. You can make changes up to 1 day before. You will need to have sufficient credit on your account, unless you have a child in KS1 or are entitled to Free School Meals.
You do not need to contact the school office to change from school meals to packed lunches – just amend your daily choices via SCOPAY.
Your current dinner money balance on SCOPAY will include any existing credit, or debit, as well as any adjustments for the full half term ahead allowing for any trips, inset or school closure days.
If you have any questions relating to SCOPAY or school dinners, please contact the school office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE MAY WE REMIND YOU THAT IF YOUR CHILD HAS A MEDICAL APPOINTMENT AND WILL BE IN LATE TO PLEASE TELEPHONE THE ABSENCE LINE (01932 339150) OTHERWISE THEIR MEAL MAY NOT BE ORDERED ON THAT DAY.
School Lunch Menus - Twelve 15
For information regarding school meal provision in Surrey, please refer to 'Twelve 15's' website: www.itstwelve15.co.uk.
The published menu below is a guide to the meals Twelve 15 will be serving at The Marist. Please refer to the daily choices available on SCOPAY when ordering your child's meal as the menus below are subject to change, either to meet the needs of the school or to ensure that ingredients are used to their optimum freshness. On occasion food may be served on different days to those published in the standard menu.
Allergies and Special Diet Requests
Twelve 15 cater for 14 recognised food allergens: celery, crustaceans, dairy, egg, fish, gluten, lupin, molluscs, mustard, nut, peanut, sesame, soya, sulphites. They also support vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian, pork, beef free diets. If your child requires any of these diets and would like a school meal, please make sure you have informed us in writing of their special dietary requirements. (email@example.com)
To find out more information about allergens contained in any of the published menus, including a list of the 14 key allergens and the dishes they appear in, please follow this link: twelve15.mysaffronportal.com.
Free School Meal Eligibility & Pupil Premium Application Form
Your completion of this form enables the school to check for Free School Meal Eligibility and also if additional money (Pupil Premium) can be claimed from the Government. Free School Meals can be provided to pupils if parents/guardians meet the eligibility CRITERIA 1 overleaf. We urge you to complete this form even if your child does not take a school meal.