Lynch Hill strives to educate pupils about healthy eating during their school years and beyond, and to provide a variety of cultural and healthy options. Hot meals, snacks and other options continue to be available during break and lunch times, as well as free school meals for relevant students.
Please note that we are a NUT-FREE School. Several students are severely allergic to nuts and nut-related products so please ensure that your child does not bring any of these products into school.
Students have access to grassy fields at break time.
Students have an opportunity to purchase a hot meal at 2 times in the day, 11am and 1.30pm.
Now that Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy is part of SEBMAT, we have been able to organise our own catering and are happy to share our new and improved menus. We offer healthy, exciting and reasonably priced food.
The school has launched a new service called sQuid. sQuid is a convenient and secure way for you to pay for your child's catering, school trips, clubs and other offers online. This will benefit students as they will no longer have to carry cash to school. It is also more convenient to parents and carers who can top up the student account and monitor their spending online.
All students are issued with cards which will be used to purchase food from the canteen.
For menu and price list:
New Menu Week 1 click link:[Download file]
New Menu Week 2 click link:[Download file]
New Menu Week 3 click link:[Download file]
Free School Meals
If you are receiving any of the following, your child will be entitled to free school meals:
Income Based Jobseeker Allowance
Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
Child Tax Credit (provided you do ¬not receive Working Tax Credit and have an annual income that does not exceed the maximum limit at the time, please contact the school office for the current limit).
The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
You will need to complete a Free School Meal Form. Forms are available from the school office. Please return your completed form to the school as soon as possible. Free school meals cannot be provided until the school has received the form. You no longer need to provide proof of your eligibility for free school meals to the school, eligibility is now verified through Slough Borough Council.
You must advise the school if there are any changes to the information you have provided on the form.
Cashless Payment System
sQuid online payments is a new way to pay for everyday items at LHEA.
With a sQuid account, you will be able to access and manage your sQuid account online at anytime to:
- Top up your account from your bank account, credit or debit card
- Check your account balance
- View your transactions
- Update your details
- Add further children to your account
For more information please contact the school office