Aspens is the company chosen by Christ The King to provide the meal service to our students. We specialise in providing catering to schools and colleges across the country.
The food children eat at school plays an important role in their wellbeing, and eating a well-balanced diet will not only maintain and improve their health, but will also set them on the right track for later life. We understand this and that’s why we are passionate about serving fresh, high quality and locally sourced food that is cooked in our kitchen.
At Aspens - we take our responsibility of catering for today’s children and young adults seriously. All of our dishes are prepared everyday using quality, fresh and seasonal ingredients that are responsibly sourced.
As well as ensuring the food on the plate is healthy, we want our customers to understand the importance of eating the right foods and help them with their food and nutrition journey.
Don’t think that your child can’t enjoy our great food if they have a special diet - they are an important part of our catering service. We can provide food if they have an intolerance, an allergy, or require an alternative choice due to religious beliefs.
Legislation requires caterers to provide allergen information on food sold that is served ‘unpackaged’. Aspens already cater for lots of children with allergies and we regularly check the information from suppliers to see if there have been any ingredient changes. It is still important that our customers talk to us so we can work together and continue to provide meals that are safe for them to eat.
All children that are in reception, year 1 and year 2 are entitled to receive FREE SCHOOL MEALS! We think it’s a fantastic idea so please make sure you support this initiative.
Not only will you be saving money, but you will also be giving your child a nutritionally balanced meal to fuel their bodies for the rest of their learning day.
If you want to look at the current menu cycle or have a question you would like to ask, please click on the link below.
Year 1 had a fantastic time becoming tour guides for the day. Mums, Dads and other family members boarded the minibus and listened to the children's non chronological reports about Blackpool Tower. It was a very exciting day for all involved; thank you to all who came!
On the 16th April 2017, Blackpool & Lancashire Local Authorities will inform parents of the primary school their child has been allocated to. Not all parents will necessarily receive their first choice of school. For September 2017, the full allocation of 30 pupil places has been made at Christ the King & St. Cuthbert’s Catholic Academies. If your child has not been allocated a place at Christ the King & St. Cuthbert’s and you would like to try to secure a place for them please follow the process outlined here. We would strongly advise you not to reject the place at the school your child has been allocated until you hear the outcome of the Appeals process.
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