New starters will be issued with their unique sQuid numbers during the first week back. Your child can have a school dinner when they start and payment will be taken as soon as you have registered and added money to your child's account. We cannot issue numbers until your child has been admitted to the school and then the system will update.
We have changed the way the dinner money is processed within the school which means that from now on we cannot have any debts on dinner money accounts. The teachers will be processing the orders every morning in their classroom and if the child's account does not have a credit balance on it, unfortunately the dinner order will not go through so please ensure your child's account is always up to date or send in sandwiches. There is a facility on your sQuid account to make a automatic top-up when the account drops below your selected amount.
Please refer to our debt policy regarding accounts in debt. You will be contacted by text and/or phone call when your account has gone into debt, if the account continues to stay in debt we will ask that you to provide your child with sandwiches until the account has been paid in full.
School Meals cost £2.30 which a main meal and a pudding.
All the information required for school meals including links to Nottinghamshire County Council's website and factsheets can be found here.
Dinners cost £2.30 per day. We only accept payments via the sQuid system.
This is the new sQuid Portal Login for catering:
The citizen portal is now live to apply for free school meals. Parents can register and apply for free school meals for Nottinghamshire schools through the public website and receive an immediate decision regarding their entitlement. This will then be confirmed by email. If parents are already authorised to receive free school meals then there is no need to reapply.