On this page you will find information about our school uniform, school and packed lunches, break time fruit snack, school milk, classroom essentials and other useful information. Scroll down to browse the information.
Food at Two Mile Hill Primary
Nut Free School
As a number of members of our school community have severe nut allergies, for everyone’s health and safety we are a STRICTLY NUT FREE SCHOOL.
Children aged 4 and under are provided with free school milk through a Department of Health scheme. This is automatically provided to them. If you want your child to continue having milk a break time after they turn 5 you will need to contact the School Milk Services to set up a subscription and payment with them, this will then be brought to the school along with the regular free school milk delivery. You can phone them directly on 01934 510950 or contact them through their website School Milk Services.
School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme
The School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) is a government programme that entitles every child in reception, year 1 and year 2 to a piece of fruit or vegetable each school day. This is provided to them during their morning break. For more information click here.
School Fruit Tuck
At Two Mile Hill we provide a fruit tuck shop so children in year 3 and above can buy a healthy snack at playtime for a minimal cost. This is run during the first 10 minutes or so of their morning break time. Just send your child in with a small amount of money for them to buy a snack at the fruit tuck shop.
Alternatively you can send them into school with a healthy snack from home. We ask that it is healthy such as fruit or veg (no nuts - see above). As part of the Bristol healthy school initiative we do not allow chocolate, sweets or fizzy drinks to be bought into school.
Two Mile Hill Primary School Uniform
The main uniform colour is bright red. You can buy the logoed uniform jumpers/cardigans/polo shirts from Initially Yours in Soundwell on 07935 976738 or online. You can alternatively buy plain jumpers etc. as we do not require pupils to wear the school logo, we understand how quickly children can grow out of their school uniform! Please make sure you put name tags on the uniform, especially jumpers, cardigans and coats as these are the items most likely to get misplaced. Please see below some examples of appropriate school uniform.
These should be bright red.
Can be white or red.
These should be either black, grey or red gingham.
These can be black, grey, red or white.
They should be entirely black
Black or grey shorts/leggings/joggers and white t-shirt/polo, trainers/plimsolls.
This is to be kept in a bag, and to be bought in on Monday and taken home on Friday. All items should be clearly marked with the child’s name.