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School dinner detectives
Looking at developing our early morning lunchtime ordering system .....
3 children from APPS, Head Boy, Head Girl, School Council/Prefect, went to see how Holy Trinity Primary School in Woking operate their lunch system. To get your lunch, you have to collect a coloured band, either green, yellow, blue or red. Each colour represents a different school dinner. To get your band you have to line up in the correct row, whether you’re in Key Stage 1, Reception to Year 2 or Key Stage2, Year 3 to Year 6. Parents can buy a bag of 10 tokens from the office and then children either pay by cash or tokens. Holy Trinity’s, Mrs Bonny, was very fast at the lunch system which took only 10 minutes from start to finish. Holy Trinity have 420 children, which is similar to Ashford Park and about the same amount of children have school dinners. We had a really useful tour of Holy Trinity and are pleased to have been given this opportunity to talk to the children and their school staff. By Doga, Toma and Daniel. 11th January 2012.