Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Catering Facilities

There are two venues where you can buy food at school. Each venue offers different things (see below). Products sold in each venue are available at both Break 1 and Break 2. You are not allowed to eat in the corridors or a classroom, you can only eat inside the Refectory or under the canopy by the Outdoor Café.

PCC ‘My Account’ Upgrade

Pembrokeshire County Council Digital Services has upgraded the My Account system. The link below takes you to the My Account page where you will be able to switch and create a new My Account.

Cashless Catering

Ysgol Harri Tudur/Henry Tudor School operates a cashless catering system.

School Meal accounts can be credited in the following ways:

  • Via the PCC website www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk. You will need to register on the ‘My Account’ facility and create a password. Select ‘My Services’, cashless catering balance. Enter your child’s date of birth and Account reference number, click check balance. You are then able to check the balance on the account and top up if necessary by following the instructions on screen.
  • By using the Pembrokeshire Automatic Telephone Payment Service on 01437 775164
  • By telephoning the County Council’s Contact Centre on 01437 764551 (9am - 5pm Mon - Fri)

Please note that payments will not credit the School Meal Account until the following morning.

If your child has lost his/her card or you need to be reminded of your child’s Account number, please contact the Catering Section via cashless.catering@pembrokeshire.gov.uk or telephone 01437 775943.

Price List 2020/21

PCC Catering Price List Secondary

Revised School Meals Payment System (from June 2020)

Information from PCC Catering Services

From June 2020, the school will no longer be accepting cash for the payment of School meals.

All coin loaders will be removed and replaced with balance checkers so that pupils can check their balance

The Refectory

Hot food to sit down and enjoy

103 Refectory with Many Pupils

The Refectory is situated a bit further down from the main hall. It has three doors, and if you are buying food here you must enter through door 3 (past the stairs). There will be two aisles to queue along the far wall, and you can check which queue you need to join by looking at the notice board to see what you want to buy.

The kind of food you can expect to find in the Refectory is:

  • Main meals such as roast dinner, cottage pie, lasagne – the meals for the day will be displayed on a notice board or on the television screens.
  • A daily potato choice, such as jacket potato/herby potatoes/chips.
  • Fresh vegetables and vegetarian dish of the day.
  • Pasta bake.
  • Hot desserts.
  • Jacket potato bar with fillings and salad bar.
  • Cold desserts such as jelly/yoghurt/cheesecake.

You can use door 2 (middle door) if you want to check your card balance, use the vending machine or find a seat to eat your packed lunch.

Door 1 is an exit only, and you must make sure that you have cleared away your trays etc. and put rubbish away before you leave. You are not allowed to take out of the refectory any food that you have bought.

The Outdoor Café

Hot and cold food to enjoy in the open air

036 Exterior with Outdoor Cafe

The Outdoor Café is situated outside the exit by the refectory and shop. There are two serving hatches, and both hatches serve exactly the same. Therefore, you can queue either side following the railings. So that we don’t block the walkways, if you are queuing for the left hatch you stay as far left as possible. If you are queuing for the right hatch you stay as far right as possible.

Any food bought in the Outdoor Café must be eaten outside, using the covered canopy area.

The kind of food you can expect to find in the Outdoor Café is:

  • Hot pasta pot/noodle pot/nacho pot.
  • Hot wraps/hot pizza/hot rolls.
  • Cold pastas and salads.
  • Chicken burgers and sausage rolls (not daily).
  • Fruit pot/yoghurts/ice-cream.
  • Hot drinks – tea/coffee/hot chocolate.
  • Cold drinks – including milkshake.

Newsdesk

Family Fun Day at Carew Castle on Sunday the 24th of July. This flyer allows school aged children free entry to the event. They can be used either printed or electronically for free access. Read More…

Please encourage your child to come to school with a full water bottle which can be reused; this will help keep your child hydrated, be good for the environment and assist the staff in the Refectory. Read More…

The Parent Partnership Service is now taking bookings for the upcoming Virtual Parent Network Group – ‘Positive Parenting’ – July 5th 10:00-11.30am. Read More…

We are pleased to announce that our tickets for this years production for Annie are now on sale. The shows are Monday 11th July - Thursday 14th July, starting at 6:30pm. Read More…

Drop Off/Pick Up reminder for drivers to please use the designated areas when dropping off or collecting children from school. Drivers are requested to respect local housing estates and avoid temporarily parking in residential areas. Read More…

Find out more at www.dofe.org, any interested pupils in Year 9 and above, please see Mrs Rees in FC03 Read More…

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