Te hinaaro nei matou e rave i te mau piahi ia ite i te faufaa o te amuraa i te tino maitai e ia adopting i te hoe oraraa maitai roa na roto i te tuaro i te.
At Ernest Bevin College we use ParentMail +Aufau to enable parents to pay for food, trips and other items using their website, faanahoraa afaifai, e aore ra, a faaohipa i te PayPoint rahi o te mau vahi i roto i te aumaitai fare toa e supermarkets ati ae te fenua.
Parents joining the college will be given a log in and information about how to set up an account.
The MyEd app is the main and only means by which the College sends out reports and information about the college. No reira, e mea faufaa rahi roa ia ta outou i faauta uira e i registered i te MyEd.
The cost of a main hot meal is £2.55 a day. Baguettes, e roaa atoa te pasta pots e te tihopu au i te mau hoo tatau. A pata i nia i te tuatiraa i nia e i te tabula e matara mai i roto i te hoe haamaramarama api.
College meals are provided by Edwards & Paroita caterers who prepare food on site that fulfills all current Government requirements for healthy living. A choice of hot meals (e tae noatu i te hoe ravea vegetarian) Ua tavini-atoa-hia te mau mahana atoa ei baguettes, pasta, tihopu au e baked umara putete. E Halal te mau puaa. Te vai atoa ra te hoe ohipa i te pae maa i te taime i reira te mau piahi e nehenehe ai e hoo mai i te snacks e te mau inu.
Te faaohipa nei tatou i te hoe cashless biometric no te aufau i te mau tamaaraa no te faaineine i te tamaaraa no te po, mai te vakatotolo e tia.
EBC offers a free Breakfast Club for all pupiols from 8-8.30am by the Pupil Entrance with the support of the Magic Breakfast Club. Pupils are given a healthy breakfast of bagels, cereal and fruti juice. Research has shown that eating a healthy breakfast improves pupil concentration in lessons.
Pupils are welcome to bring a packed lunch; this should be eaten in the lunch hall. Jugs of water are available for pupils to help themselves to cups of water free of charge. We encourage families to provide healthy packed lunches. Pupils should not bring in sweets, sugary foods, chewing gum, fizzy drinks or energy drinks particularly those with a high caffeine content as part of the college’s commitment to Healthy Eating.