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Up until now LSCC has been sending home Aldi vouchers in the post for children entitled to Free School Meals. Although there has been a government scheme available to schools we have been struggling to gain access. We have now finally succeeded in gaining access to the Edenred website (Government scheme), so changes to the vouchers that you receive will follow.

You should have received an email yesterday (23-06-20) providing you with a 16 digit e-code for the value of ÂŁ60 per child (4 weeks FSM value). You will need this code to access www.freeschoolmeals.co.uk and choose your supermarket eGift card. You cannot use the eCode directly with the retailer, it must be exchanged for an eGift card.

If you have more than one child at LSCC then you should receive a ÂŁ60 monetary value e-voucher email for each child on FSM, this will be replacing the vouchers previously being sent home by Royal Mail. 

This voucher covers the weeks 22nd June, 29th June, 6th July and 13th July.  We can then reschedule the e-voucher code again for the next four weeks and onwards covering the summer holidays as per current guidance from the Government.

 

Please find below some parent/carer FAQ for your information:

What’s the difference between an eCode and an eGift card?

eCode â€“ this is the 16 digit code which will be sent to you if you receive an email from your school administrator. You’ll need this code to access www.freeschoolmeals.co.uk and choose your supermarket eGift card. You cannot use the eCode directly with the retailer, it must be exchanged for an eGift card.

What supermarkets are available?

  • Morrisons
  • Tesco
  • Sainsbury’s
  • Asda
  • Waitrose
  • M&S food
  • Aldi
  • McColl’s (including RS McColl’s and Martin’s)

What can be purchased in store with the eGift card? 

The eGift card is issued to parents in respect of the free school meal benefit and will only be accepted in store for the purchase of food and groceries.

How do I use a supermarket eGift card?

A supermarket eGift card is a digital voucher. The eGift card email contains a barcode or a link to a barcode which can be presented at the till in-store either on a smartphone screen or printed on a piece of paper, just like a gift card. Some eGift cards can be used to purchase online.

I’m not able to get to the supermarket?

You can forward the supermarket eGift card to someone else to purchase goods on your behalf if you’re not able to get to the supermarket. The eGift card email contains a link to a barcode which can be presented at the till in-store, just like a gift card.

have more than one child, will I receive multiple eCodes?

This will be at the discretion of your school who may issue an eCode for each of your children or, alternatively, may send one eCode to you, for the total value of your children’s free school meal entitlement.

Any problems or queries, please contact school reception.

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Head Teacher: Mr Alex Lingard

Liskeard School & Community College
Luxstowe
Liskeard
Cornwall
PL14 3EA

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Tel: +44(0)1579 342344

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Fax: +44(0)1579 343350

Email: enquiries@liskeard.cornwall.sch.uk

 

 

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