Lunch and Break Time Catering
BRAUNTON ACADEMY – STUDENT CATERING
Braunton Academy Catering Department in Isaac Hall, prides itself on the range of food options (over 800 items in total) that we offer to our students. We hold a 5-star Food Hygiene Rating (awarded again on 5th October by Environmental Health), and all members of our Catering Team uphold this standard.
We are committed to using local suppliers, where possible: Our beef is sourced from Waytown Farm in Combe Martin, our eggs are from Freebird in Croyde and our bread is from the Country Cottage Bakery in Bideford. Phillip Dennis Foods and Ilfracombe Food Service are local suppliers who provide additional food items.
Below is a sample of the type of food that we offer, subject to availability, demand and seasonality.
Breakfast Club –from 8.15 – 8.45
All students are welcome to attend the Breakfast Club which offers free breakfast cereal to all students. In addition, students may purchase Bacon or Sausage Baps, Croissants, Fruit, Tray Bakes (flapjacks), Yogurt, Pain au Chocolat, Waffles, Fruit Juice, Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate.
Morning Break – 10.45-11.05 am
A range of hot and cold filled Baps, Toasted Tea Cakes, Muffins, Gluten free cakes, Fruit, Bagels, Crumpets, Paninis with cheese/ ham & tomato fillings, crisps/popcorn, Yogurts, Bread rolls and butter.
Lunch Service 12.45 - 3.05 pm
Tuesday and Thursday – There is always a Roast Meal of the Day with Dessert. Only £2.30 per two course meal!
Every day, including Tuesday and Thursday - Pasta Bar, Sandwiches, Baguettes, Pizza, Soup, Jacket Potatoes with various fillings, Salads.
There is always a range of plain water, flavoured water, milkshakes and orange juice to drink. In addition there are filtered water coolers in the Academy which students are encouraged to use throughout the day.
Students may order food in advance from a member of the Catering team. Students are advised to see a member of staff first thing in the morning, to place their orders for lunch.
Most requests can be catered for. Gluten-free (for those who are wheat intolerant or Coeliac), low fat and low sugar options can be requested. We aim to give students choice and good value. We follow the Food Trust guidance on nutritional standards in schools.
The Academy’s Food User Group meets each term, with representatives from the Governors, Staff and Student body. This group discusses food popularity, healthy options, pricing and the ever-popular Theme Days, i.e. Chinese, Mexican, American, Italian, which take place throughout the year.
The new Cashless Catering system has been introduced to all students and is, on the whole, working well. However, occasional student or computer glitch is inevitable as both human and mechanical routines are established. If you have any queries, please contact the Academy.