The latest menus can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
Greenshaw provides an excellent cafeteria service with a wide choice of healthy foods and drinks.
If a student has a special dietary requirement on medical grounds, the school should be informed in writing so that any necessary arrangements can be made.
The cafeterias are open before school for breakfast, at break time, lunch time and after school until 4.00pm from Monday to Friday.
Students living close to the school with a parent at home to receive them may request home lunches. No students, apart from those who have a lunch pass, are free to leave the school premises during the lunch period. Applications for students to do so on a particular day must be made by parents in writing.
New ParentPay cashless system
The school operates a cashless catering system. For security reasons, the daily spending limit for all students is set at £6.00. This can be increased if requested. Each student has their own account and money can be added by logging onto the school website and making a payment online using a credit or debit card.
ParentPay will be live at Greenshaw High School on 24th July 2019; from this date we will be working towards no longer accepting cash and cheque payments, making the school a cash-free environment. Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the PayPoint network at local convenience stores. We will cease to accept payments through our current online payment system, Tucasi, on 23rd July 2019, and will be migrating all data to the new system during August.
Unique ParentPay Account activation details have been sent home via a letter with students.
Free school meals
The free school meal entitlement is £2.60. It is credited to the student’s lunch account on a daily basis. This amount can only be spent on that day at lunch time, it is not available for break. (NB. Any unspent allowance will not be transferred to the following day). More money can be added to the student’s account by the method mentioned above.
At Greenshaw, our main aims are to embed healthier eating habits and encourage more social interaction between students at mealtimes. To support these aims, we encourage students to make healthier meal choices and to sit and eat their meals with their peers. We have also installed additional water coolers. This will encourage all students to bring reusable water bottles and fill them during break times so that they keep well hydrated throughout the day.
We have a split lunchtime, with Years 7 and 8 on the first sitting and Years 9, 10 and 11 on the second. All of our Year 7 and Year 8 students sit down to eat their lunch together. All three of our dining spaces are freshly decorated and offer an inspirational space for students to eat and socialise in.
Parents/carers can view the meal choices that students have made through their Scopay account, allowing them to have a conversation regarding their choices. With guidance from home and at school, we hope to improve the way students are eating and the habits they form.