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Middleton Crescent

Costessey

Norwich

NR5 0PX

Ofsted Outstanding School 2012 | 2013
BBC School Report 2017

Lunchtime Arrangements

Lunchtime takes place over two sittings at the academy. This prevents overcrowding and allows all students to have the opportunity to sit and eat their lunches.

Students can pay for a hot or cold lunch with the catering staff providing a varied range of hot and cold meals every day. Alternatively, students can bring a packed lunch from home.

The first lunch sitting (12.15-12.45) is for year 7 and 8 students whilst the older students eat during the second sitting (13.15-13.45).

We do not authorise students to go home for lunch.

We are using an excellent local company, Edwards & Blake. We will be moving to a system of cashless catering and biometrics in the future, so parents to not need to give cash to children directly to pay for meals. This also means those students in receipt of free school meals can purchase food with ease.

Victory will be providing squash for students to drink at lunch and Edwards & Blake provide free toast or porridge for breakfast to support a healthy start to the day. We know that a good diet and regular hydration is crucial to students’ performance in lessons and general health. We are committed to being outstanding in all aspects of our work.

Spring Term 2018 Lunch Menu

Click here to view the current Edwards & Blake lunch menu.

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