School life : Catering
Boys have the choice of a substantial meal from the College Dining Hall or a more modest offering from our sandwich bar; there is also the option to bring a packed lunch to school.
Aramark are the school’s appointed catering service provider and they aim to meet the guidelines set out in the ‘Nutritional Standards for School Lunches’ by zoning and branding our food service options.
Our Dining Hall brand is ‘EAT’ which is designed to incorporate fun and nutrition into the dining experience by offering a varied hot food menu. The Sandwich Bar in the Junior Common Room also operates under the brand ‘EAT’, which promotes awareness of the benefits of balanced food choices by encouraging student participation in a programme that provides high quality, good value and appetising sandwich and snack options.
Our Sixth Form Centre, under the brand ‘The Mix’, offers an excellent range of morning break foods and an engaging bistro lunch menu.
Students can pre-order their lunch at morning break for collection at lunchtime.
Chilled water and fruit juices are available at all food outlets throughout the College.
We operate a cashless Smart Card System at Campbell: this is similar in appearance to a credit card, an embedded intelligent chip communicates with the till system when used. A card is imprinted with a serial number and the student’s name.
Cards may be topped up in the Dining Hall on a monthly or term basis with cheques made payable to Campbell College and catering staff will verbally notify each student when the card has limited value left on it, at this point a ‘top up’ cheque will be required.
All new boys should complete a Smart Card order form and return to the Bursar’s Office.
A number of boys in the school have a severe allergic reaction to nuts or nut products. We would ask you not to send food containing nut products into school