This gives us the freedom to buy where we want to, and being a Community College giving business to the community is our first concern which is why we buy our produce locally.
We use biodegradable food containers, including knives and forks, purchased from Purple Planet. We recycle cans, plastics and cardboard in the kitchen and we also use rapeseed oil for cooking.
The catering facilities have been scored a 5 from Environmental Health.
If any child suffers from a food allergy, please let us know.
Suppliers that we use include:
- Vegetables and free range eggs from Tamar Fruiterers at Hatt
- Meat from Tamar Valley Butchers at Gunnislake and Chris Rounsevell butchers at Caradon Town, Pensilva
- Dried / frozen goods from Hunts and M J Baker
- Pasta Bar from Newton Abbot
College lunch breaks are split into two areas so that students do not all flock to the cafeteria at the same time. This means that more students can sit down and have a proper meal, instead of eating standing up.
Facilities are available to students during the following times:-
8.00 a.m. – 8.30 a.m.
Breakfast – bacon rolls, croissants, fresh fruit, yogurts, waffles
10.55 am. – 11.15 p.m.
All years have a 20 minute break during this time as a snack break, serving paninis, sandwiches, pizza, burgers, local pasties, fruit and drinks. See menu below for snacks that are available this week.
13.20 p.m. – 2.00 p.m.
All years have a 40 minute meal break.
A set home-cooked meal is available at second break. Also a salad bar, baguette bar, jacket potatoes and pasta bar.
Our Vegetarian Meals include:
Second Break: A choice of vegetarian sauces served with pasta or jacket potatoes
First Break: potato skins, mozzarella sticks, cheese pizza, veggie pizza
Second Break: vegetarian option of main meal, vegetable pasta bake, vegetable soup with a roll
First Break: A choice of veggie burger
Both Breaks: cheese, egg, coleslaw, a mixture of salads baguettes and nachos
Applying for Free School Meals
If you feel you could be eligible for free school meals, it is very simple to apply and takes only moments to do. Simply contact Cornwall County Council on firstname.lastname@example.org and give your national insurance number and your child’s date of birth. You will be told immediately if you are eligible and the next steps in the process. Alternatively apply on line at www.gov.uk/apply-free-school-meals. Please contact the College if you require support to do this.
PRICE INCREASES FROM MONDAY 7 JANUARY 2019
Unfortunately, due to increases in food costs and overheads, our prices will be going up from the start of the Spring term, on Monday 7 January 2019. This is always a difficult thing to do, but we hope that you understand that our meals are still great value for money.
All food will be increasing by 10p.
Rubicon drinks will go up by 20p to £1.
All other drinks will increase by 10p, with the exception of water which will remain at 50p.