Hailey Hall School has an excellent restaurant offering an attractive range of food and drinks. Menus offer selections to meet and cater for all cultural and special dietary needs including vegetarian requirements.
Take a look at our current menu options by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page. We provide a new menu each term, alongside options such as oven baked jacket potatoes, sandwiches and bread rolls with various fillings all of which are accompanied by a full freshly prepared salad bar.
At Hailey Hall we celebrate cultural days and religious occasions. We offer special menus on these days to engage students and develop a further understanding of different cultures and religions via curriculum activities and food.
Fresh Water dispensers are available throughout the School and students are encouraged to bring a bottle for water. Students can also bring packed lunches to eat at the School.
You and your child currently have the option of either, bringing a packed lunch to school or paying to have the school provide lunch. If you currently receive lunch, or would like in the future for the school to provide lunch, then we do ask parents to pay weekly, half-termly in advance for school meals. The cost of this is £2.65 per day or £13.25 per week. This can be done by bringing cash or a cheque in a named envelope to the school office or by bank transfer to the following account:
Sort Code: 30 84 85
Account Number: 31819868
Account Name: Hailey Hall School
If for any reason the lunches are not paid and any resulting debt is not cleared, or at the very least a payment plan set up with the school, then parents will be expected to provide a packed lunch for their son until full payment has been received. Your child will not continue to be provided lunch by the school.
Free School Meals
If you are unemployed or receive one of the following benefits then you may be able to claim free school meals for your child.
- Income support or
- Income-based jobseeker’s allowance or
- Income-related employment and support allowance or
- Pension credit (guarantee credit) or
- Child Tax Credit and not in receipt of Working Tax Credit.
You may also be eligible to receive other educational benefits such as:
- Help with music fees
- Help with cycle training fees
- Help with transport
If you would like to check your eligibility for Free School Meals, please follow this link
How to apply for Free School Meals
The system for applying for Free School Meals has changed and it is now much easier to apply. All you need to do is fill in your application form online or phone the Customer Service Centre and the rest will be done for you. Your application will be processed within 7 days.
Don’t miss out!
Make sure you apply in time, Free School Meals are not backdated!
Less fuss, less bother and completely confidential, so why wait?
To apply, log on to www.hertsdirect.org or phone the Customer Service Centre on 0300 123 4048.
If you would like help with your application please contact the office.
This would not only help you: it benefits the school too!
Hailey Hall is given additional Pupil Premium funding by the Government for every child who gets Free School Meals. We want to obtain as much as possible so that we can improve education for all pupils. The Pupil Premium means that even if you don’t wish to access a free daily meal, applying for a free school meal, will mean that this school will receive further funding.
Click Here to view the menu.