National e-Voucher Scheme - Edenred

See below for the details of the next issue of vouchers...

Saturday 11th July - a single 'one-week' voucher worth £15 (per child) covering the period from 13th July to 19th July 

Saturday 18th July - a single 'six-week' voucher worth £90 (per child) covering the period from 20th July to 30th August  

It is very important that eCodes are redeemed as soon as received.

Please note that eGift vouchers do not have to be spent all at once. Simply present the voucher barcode at the supermarket checkout and specify how much you want spent from it at each visit, until the balance reaches £0. If you are unsure of your remaining balance, there are details on how to check it on each eGift voucher, or please ask your supermarket’s Customer Service desk to help you.

IMPORTANT – You must look after your eGift voucher. We are not able to retrieve a copy of it, or replace a part-used voucher.

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Did you know?

You could save around £450 a year for each primary school child.

Other pupils and families won't know who is receiving free school meals.

Those eligible for free school meals can get a two course meal each day.

School's receive significant extra Pupil Premium funding for every chlid who is eligible for free school meals, which is extra money to support children from families on lower incomes.

If you also have a 3 or 4 year old child who is in a free childcare place, they may also be eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium.

If your child is already getting universal infant free school meals (because they are in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2), please do still apply for free school meals, because you may be eligible for other concessions and support and schools will get the extra Pupil Premium funding.

Am I eligible?

Your child will get free school meals if you receive any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • Income Based Job Seekers Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Child Tax Credit - but no element of Working Tax Credit - and have an annual income below £16,190
  • If you are supported under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
  • Working Tax Credits
  • Universal Credit with an annual income below £7,400
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