Tuckshop

Ordering Your Child’s Lunch

Please use the Qkr! (pronounced – Quicker) App when ordering and paying for items from the Tuckshop menu.

Qkr is a FREE app available from Apple Store and Google Play. It enables mobile payments for school-based accounts to save parents time. No cash payments or ‘lunch bag’ orders will be accepted.

Qkr! accepts all major credit and debit cards. You can register more than one card within the app.

Qkr! allows you to view the current Tuckshop Menu and place your orders each day or week.

Qkr! only uses up-to-date technology for security purposes. This means you need to ensure your mobile phone is kept updated with the latest IOS or relevant software.

If you do not have a mobile device you will need to order from your desktop computer via the Qkr! website.

Standard orders close at 9:00am. There is a restricted lunch menu for orders placed between 9:00am and 11:50am.

Upper Primary students may use cash to purchase drinks and ice blocks at the UP canteen or the Tuckshop at lunch time.

Lunch orders are collected by Tuckshop Monitors in Upper Primary.

In Junior Primary, lunch orders are delivered to the classroom.

For more information on Qkr! click HERE.


Good Food at St Andrew’s Right Bite

Good food is essential for healthy growth and optimal development. St Andrew’s School is committed to providing nutritious and varied food for children, served in ways that meet children’s social, cultural and educational needs.

St Andrew’s has created a menu that complies with the South Australian Government ‘Right Bite’ Program developed to provide healthy choices in school canteens.

We encourage children to take part in the whole eating process, which includes an introduction to a wide variety of food and flavours!

Children attending the St Andrew’s Early Learning Centre have lunch provided daily prepared in the ELC’s professional kitchen. Each month, a new menu is carefully designed and is always loved by the children.


Allergy Aware Policy

St Andrew’s School has an allergy aware policy to protect our students with food allergies. Parents are asked not to send nuts, or foods containing nuts to school. There is no need to avoid foods that have ‘may contain traces of nuts’ on their label.