Would you like your child to receive milk at school?
FP School Milk UK Ltd is the provider of School Milk at our school.
The process of ordering and paying for your child’s milk is quick and easy and you can pay for each term (3 times a year) or for the full academic year to September.
If you would like your child to enjoy milk at school, you can register on-line at www.schoolmilkuk.co.uk. Once you have registered, there is no need to register again.
Please note that you should only register if you pay for your child’s milk, if you are in receipt of benefits which qualify your child for free school meals, please speak to the school office as milk may be free.
If you choose to opt into this scheme, your child will receive a 189ml bottle of fresh chilled semi-skimmed milk each school day, to drink mid-morning. The cost of this milk is 21p per day x the amount of school days in each of our school terms, payable in advance for the following full term or you can pay for a full academic year. The leaflet accompanying this note explains in detail how to register and order milk, but it is a simple process, simply log on to the website, www.schoolmilkuk.co.uk and select the pink tab titled Parent, click on register and then it is simply a case of filling in the relevant boxes with your details.
Milk for the under-fives is free until the beginning of the term in which the child turns five. Please see below for a list of dates;
Autumn 03.09.18 to 21.12.18 If child’s 5th birthday is within these dates you should pay for all three terms
Spring 22.12.18 to 05.04.19 If child’s 5th birthday is within these dates you should pay for Spring & Summer terms
Summer 06.04.19 to 26.07.19 If child’s 5th birthday is within these dates you should pay for Summer term
If your child’s 5th birthday is after the 26th July 2019, then milk is free for the entire school year
You will not be able to pay for next year’s milk until after the 25th July 2018. Please pay for milk at least one week before the beginning of term to ensure that milk is supplied from the first day of the term.
The School Milk Team