Lunch Supervision

Our Lunch Supervision program runs four days a week (Monday through Thursday). Please see the Fees page for more information about lunchroom fees. We have four lunchroom supervisors who support and supervise students both on the playground and in the lunchroom. Teachers, administration and other staff members are also deployed to supervise outside as required. Please visit our Lunch Supervision page for more information.


  • Adult Supervisors wearing orange vest are responsible for the supervision of students during lunchtime.  They will assist students with whatever is needed.
  • Students enrolled in the lunchroom program must be signed out in the office by parents before leaving the school.


Our lunchtime is broken into two-time blocks with Grade teams playing outside at separate times or different locations and all students eat in their classrooms. 

Grade 1/2 outside 11:45 -  12:05, inside for lunch 12:05 - 12:30 

Grade 3/4 outside 12:30 - 12:50,  inside for lunch 12:50 - 1:15

Grade 5/6 outside 12:30 - 12:50,  inside for lunch 12:50 - 1:15

We Are Allergy Aware

Please help us to keep our students who have severe allergies safe. We have several children at Belfast who, if they are exposed to these foods, may have an anaphylactic reaction. Out of consideration for these students we request that foods containing nut products not be brought to school. Information for specific classrooms will be communicated by your classroom teacher. See more information on our Illness & Medical page.

  • Any lunch supervisor may call 911 if a student requires urgent care. All lunch supervisors, both indoor and outdoor, carry cell phones that they will use to communicate with the office in case a student experiences an allergic reaction that requires urgent care and/or an Epipen. Office staff will run the student's Epipen to the supervisor if required. Epipens are kept in the office. Some students may carry them with them.

 Forgotten Lunches & Extra Foods 

At Belfast School, we are supplied lunches from Brown Bag with a combination of sandwiches, fresh fruits & small snacks to be able to supply students who may have forgotten their lunch OR may need a little extra.  Further, we have the NEVER ENDING FRUIT BOWL in the office where we strive to provide students with healthy fresh fruit options daily.  

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