St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

Walking hand in hand with Jesus

Lawton Avenue, Carterton, Oxfordshire OX18 3JY

admin@sjc.oxon.sch.uk

01993 841240

School Uniform, School lunches/Snacks

If you require any information from our website in paper copy please contact the School office and we will be happy to help you.

 

School Uniform

 

All children are expected to wear school uniform.  All items of uniform should be carefully marked with the name of the child. You can order name labels through www.stikins.co.uk using the school fundraising number 20189. Clothing can be obtained from your choice of supplier. Items with the school logo are available to order through PMG Schoolwear and are available to view and try on at school. 

Jewellery must not be worn.  Studs are permissible in pierced ears but must be removed for all physical education activities. In cases where ears have been recently pierced, they may be taped for the first six weeks. Children with long hair must have it tied up during physical education for safety reasons. Swimming hats must be worn for all swimming lessons. 

Please make sure all items of clothing, including coats are named.

Personal items brought into school by a pupil remain the child’s responsibility, not the responsibility of staff. 

 School Uniform:   

  • Plain grey skirt, dress, trousers or shorts
  • White blouse/shirt, white polo shirt or red polo shirt
  • Plain red cardigan or pullover
  • School sweatshirt (optional)
  • School fleece (optional)
  • White, red or grey socks or tights
  • Black shoes
  • Red gingham check dress (Girls, summer)

 P.E.Kit:

  • White T-shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Plimsolls
  • Outdoor wear and trainers – plain (any colour)
  • Swimming kit (if applicable) – fitted trunks (ie – not long/baggy shorts) / swimming costume, swimming hat and towel (bikinis are not acceptable for girls and boys should wear fitted trunks as the instructors need to be able to see leg movements fully).

www.pmgschoolwear.co.uk

Please try before you buy as name-tagged items can not be returned.

Samples are available at school.

School Meal Payment FAQs

 

How much are meals?

Lunches are £2.20 per meal per day

Does my child have to have a school meal every day?

No, you can pick any days of the week and you may change how many days and which days each week too.

When should I pay?

Payment must be made on a Monday morning, in advance of meals being taken.

Should I just pay for one week?

You can pay on a Monday for the week ahead or in advance to the end of the month.  Any meals paid for but not taken will be carried over and you can ask the school administrator to check your balance at any time.

How should I pay?

Please make payment via the School Gateway. The first payment made, will need to be made via a computer not the app. If you need any assistance, then please contact the school office. Alternatively, you can pay cash to the school office.

How do you know what choice my child wants?

You can choose which meals your child would like via School Gateway. If you have not selected a meal for your child, they will be asked during registration for their choice. If you have booked your child a school lunch and would like to cancel it, then please speak to the office. We will order your child a lunch if you have booked one online.

School Meals

A nutritious, freshly prepared hot meal is available to all children, every day.  School meals are provided by Caterlink.  The menu is rotated on a two weekly basis and uses locally sourced ingredients where possible . Click here to see our current menu.

An application form for Free School Meals is available from the school office; if you think that you may be eligible please complete the form.  We ask parents to still complete this form even if entitled to a meal under the new government scheme Universal Free School Meals, due to additional funding that the school receives (Pupil Premium). Eligibility criteria can be found on the Oxfordshire County Council Website.  If your child is entitled to Free School Meals then it is your responsibility to inform the school of any changes to your circumstances that may affect your eligibility. 

Latest School Calendar Events

Black History Month01Oct2021

12:00 am - 1:00 am

The Feast of St Francis of Assisi04Oct2021

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Saint Francis of Assisi (September 26, 1181 – October 3, 1226) is a Christian Saint. He is the founder of the Franciscan Order and patron saint of animals, the environment, merchants, Italy and Catholic Action. He was born in Assisi in Italy where a large basilica was built in his honor. On his feast day, October 4, many churches have a ceremony for people to bring their pets and working animals to church.

Whole School Harvest Mass06Oct2021

12:00 am - 1:00 am @ St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Year 5 and 6 CCC information evening07Oct2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm @ St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

We will have Mr Adam Scully from Carterton Community College here with some Year 8 pupils to tell you all about CCC. Come along to find out more. Open to Year 5 and Year 6 parents and pupils

Young Minds Yellow Day08Oct2021

8:00 am - 3:00 pm @ St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Wear something Yellow and donate £2 to Young Minds https://www.youngminds.org.uk/support-us/fundraising/helloyellow/

Calendars page(s): School Calendar >>

Food at School

Food from home 

If your child will be bringing packed lunches into school please ensure that they are healthy foods and snacks, please visit this site for some wonderful, healthy ideas:

 https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/school-packed-lunch-inspiration

Lunches and snacks are not permitted to include fizzy drinks or sweets.  The school wishes to support families in providing a balanced diet for their children, there is useful information for parents on Children’s Food Trust website.

Morning Break

Many children like to bring a snack to school to eat at morning break. All children in Key Stage One are provided with a free piece of fruit each morning through a government scheme. We strongly recommend that parents provide Key Stage Two children with a healthy snack for their break.                                      

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