How it works
1 Register your child
Register one or more children to confirm their school and class details. We require your contact telephone number and email address to send order and payment confirmations.
You will then receive a password so that all future visits to our site are quick and easy.
2 Choose Menu Items to make a 2 or 3 Course Lunch
Browse our menu items online every term and select two or three courses from 30 options each day.
Lunch Packs cost between $9.15 and $12.95 for a 2 Course lunch and between $11.20 and $14.65 for a 3 Course lunch.
The cost of the Lunch Pack is determined by the Main Meal (Item1) choice you make.
3 Select dates to order for
You can order one day or as many days as you wish over the period of the menu, ordering up to 8:30am on the day it is required.
4 Confirm your order and payment
Payment is made when placing your order through a secure banking gateway accepting Visa and MasterCard, generating an email confirming your order and payment.
5 Relax while Classroom Cuisine do the rest
Lunches are delivered directly to school labelled with your child’s name and class details in environmentally friendly, temperature contolled tubs.
1 Age Street, Cheltenham VIC (03) 9768 0332
Le Page Primary School Council consists of 9 Councillors – 6 Parents and 3 DET Employees (2 Staff, plus the Principal). In line with Department of Education and Training Policy, the clear majority of members are Parents. Half the Council is elected each year and Councillors serve 2-year terms. The School Council determines School Policy within Departmental Guidelines and oversees the School Budget. We meet 8 times per year (twice per term).
Nominations and elections for Council are completed by the end of Term 1 each year. Being on School Council is a great way to contribute to the School for the benefit of all students and their families.
President: Tiffany Fuller
Vice President: Belinda Griffiths
Treasurer: Stefan Conrad
Community Memeber – David Schmitt
Sub-committees of School Council and their purpose
Education Programs and Policy: Courtney Mason
Social and Fundraising: Monique Graham
Buildings and Grounds: Richard Earl and Belinda Griffiths
Finance: Stefan Conrad and Tiffany Fuller
Social and Fundraising
Before & After School Care Program
Kingston Council is proud to partner with Le Page Primary school to offer a fun and exciting After School Program that operates each day of the school term (excluding public holidays) in a supervised, relaxed, safe and fun environment. Each program has a dedicated Bachelor Qualified Educator along with our highly qualified and experienced Educator team. Sessions offer a mix of structured and unstructured indoor and outdoor games, art, craft, cooking and special events.
Children are provided with a delicious and nutritious afternoon tea during the After School Program. To make After School Care even more fun incursions and special visitors are a regular feature, past special incursions have included Bunnings workshops, Art Workshops and Specialised sporting programs to name a few.
For further information about the programs offered by the City of Kingston or to enrol in the service please click the link to visit their webpage:
Bookings and enrolments
Before and After School Program Coordinator