Electronic Vouchers for Free School Meals during COVID-19 shutdown
If your child is eligible for free school meals you will have already received an email informing you that vouchers will be provided electronically and requesting a reply giving consent for your email address to be used for this purpose. Emails were sent to email addresses held on the school’s system. If you have not received the email please look in your junk folder, if after checking, you still have not received the email you may need to provide us with your current email address, please email email@example.com to update it.
Vouchers will be provided on a weekly basis and will cover term time days at a rate of £3 per eligible child per day. For vouchers covering term time days following the Easter Holiday you will receive an email from Edenred the scheme operator containing an eCode which you can then redeem for an eGift card. The first email you receive from Edenred is expected to be during week commencing 13 April. Further information can be found here Please download FAQs
Update 18 May
Edenred have fulfilled our latest order for £60 per student and parents should receive an email containing an Ecode today.
At Herne Bay High School our in-house catering service provides healthy, value for money meals made from the freshest, high quality, local produce.
All food and drinks on sale in school form part of a healthy diet and conform to school food standards.
A wide range of food is on offer during the three services provided during the school day.
Breakfast 08:00 to 08:30
Before lessons begin, students can have the most important meal of the day in a relaxed and friendly environment. On offer are a choice of cereals, porridge, yoghurt, prepared fresh fruit, toast, griddles bacon roll, hot and cold drinks and fruit juices. (ranging from 36p to £1.35)
Morning Break 10:35-10:55 (11:00-11:20 Wednesday)
A range of fresh bakery items is offered such as baguettes, rolls, wraps and hot pastries as well as cold pasta pots, fresh fruit pots and crudities with dips. (ranging from 32p to £2.08)
Lunch 12:45-13:25 (12:50-13:30 Wednesday)
Students can choose from: -
Lunch can be served as a takeaway option, however, a surcharge of 12p will be charged for the use of an environmentally-friendly takeaway box and cutlery. This surcharge does not apply when students eat in the restaurant with school crockery and cutlery.
Please note that applications for Free School Meals Years 12 - 14 require the completion of the 16-19 Bursary Application Form.