Menu

School Meals

The majority of our pupils, and staff too, enjoy a hot two-course school lunch each day.

We encourage all children to have a healthy school meal, cooked in our  kitchen, rather than bring a packed lunch from home. Meals cost £2.30 per day (£11.50 a week) and can be paid for online (see below), or at the School Office (by cash or cheque made payable to "Surrey County Council").

To find out more about school lunches, including menus for the term, click below: 

www.myschoollunch.co.uk/surrey

 

For further information about free school meals or online payments, please click on the following dropdown items: 

Free School Lunches

Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are part of a government initiative whereby they are provided with a hot, healthy meal every lunchtime. This is a saving for parents of around £400 a year!

In addition, your child may be eligible to get free school meals if you receive any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • The guaranteed element of Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Working Tax Credit run-on 
  • Universal Credit

If you think you may be eligible for free school meals apply here or please speak to Mrs Cale in the school office. 

Online Payments for School Meals

If you have not previously registered then you must first go to the school office to get your online link code. You will have a separate online link code for each child. Then, create an account, using the following instructions:

  1. Go to www.scopay.com/stmatthewsredhill
  2. Click on Create New Account.
  3. Enter your Email address and a Password of your choice.
  4. Confirm the Password.
  5. Enter the Online Link Code provided above (you must enter the code exactly as it appears in the letter from school)
  6. Enter the rest of the billing details to match your credit or debit card and click on Confirm.
  7. An email will then be sent to your email address asking you to click (or copy and paste) a link to verify your email address and activate your account. You will not be able to purchase any products until you have completed this procedure.
  8. Log on to your email account and click on the link to activate the account (if the email doesn’t appear in your Inbox, you should check your Junk Email folder).

If your child has any siblings, link the sibling accounts as follows (using a separate Online Link Code for each sibling): 

  1. Go to www.scopay.com/stmatthewsredhill
  2. Log in using your email address and password created above.
  3. At the top of the screen, click on Your account.
  4. Click on Link accounts.
  5. Enter the Online link code for the sibling provided by school.
  6. Click on Link accounts.
  7. You will now be able to make payments for any pupils linked to this account.

Once you have registered for online payments and created an account, log in below:

www.scopay.com/stmatthewsredhill?redirect=true

If you require assistance please contact the school office (01737 762080)

  • 03:24 PM - Thu 4 April Thank you to Year 6 for organising a fun-filled 50p to raise money for the Bishop's Lent appeal and to all who took part. This money will go to support the Bishop's chosen charities locally and internationally.
  • 11:24 AM - Thu 4 April Thank you for joining us at St Matthew's church for our retelling of the Easter story through Resurrection Rock songs and Bible readings. Lovely to have time to reflect.
  • 11:23 AM - Thu 4 April Our new website is live! Take a look: https://t.co/998zPL1wij
  • 08:26 AM - Thu 4 April Thank you to and Brighton University for organising a fantastic trip for Yr 2. What an amazing opportunity to be real scientists. The children started the day making slime in the lab and ended it with a Science Show. https://t.co/alvqjwXCu2
  • 12:12 PM - Tue 2 April Really enjoyed the performance at the Harlequin yesterday. The children seemed to enjoy themselves. Well done all involved. I hope you do this again.
Back to Top