School Meals

St. Joseph’s provides an opportunity for all pupils to enjoy a hot cooked lunch each day.

School meals are provided by City of Sunderland at a cost of £2.20 per day, £11.00 per week.

We ask parents kindly to pay dinner money every Monday morning on-line or by cash/cheque (made payable to Trinity Catholic MAT) using a money bag marked clearly with their child’s name. Dinner money is collected by the class teacher.

Our fantastic kitchen staff get involved with all of our school activities and often get dressed up for theme days. Have a look at some of their costumes and the lovely treats they make!

Please click the link below to see the school meal menu for September 2020

Free School Meals

Free School Meals applications should now be made online by parents and carers using the Family Portal: 

https://www.togetherforchildren.org.uk/families/free-school-meals

Parents/carers who have difficulties using or accessing this service should contact the FSM team on 5611417 or 5613126 for additional support.

Payments On-line

A free 24 hour secure online payment system is available for parents/carers to pay for their child’s school meals, activities and trips online using most major credit and debit cards. 

If you would like to use this service, please use the following link to be redirected to Sunderland City Council website ‘Pay for it’ http://www.sunderland.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=7866

For full instructions regarding how to use this service please click here 

Further details about the payment card security standard associated with this service can be found by clicking here Find out more about the payment card security standard .

Should you have any further questions about the online payments system please call in and speak to the office staff who will be happy to assist you.

Top Table Tuesday

Each half term, on the very last Tuesday  of the half term, we set out the very special St Joseph’s Top Table. Two pupils from each class are chosen to eat lunch at the top table with Mrs Black and Mr O’Keeffe.