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These pupils will naturally drop off these reports as their attendance is closed for your school.

Not Eligible Proof Requested - Parent has applied recently for FSM and we have requested further information (written proof of benefit) before approving or declining FSM.

Unlike what some people may believe, the FSM was not created by atheists to mock the concept of religion.

The following are a list of all possible statuses that may show on the FSM Status Report.

Eligible : Under Review - Meals are authorised on a short-term basis whilst additional proof is sought from parent/carers. Meals will not end immediately as the parent/carer has approx 2 weeks to provide more information.

The end date if needed will be the second Friday of the new half term.

As checks are undertaken quickly this status will rarely appear on these reports.

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Initially Pastafarianism was created to protest the Kansas State School Board's decision to teach "Intelligent Design" in schools, one man invented a parody religion, Pastafarianism. The FSM and concept of Pastafarianism eventually became an actual religion, one with a bible and church.

Please note that for families with children attending more than one school, this information may have come from another school.

Eligibility Ended - Meals have stopped as either the pupil has left the LA area or has become too old to receive FSM.

A follow up letter has been sent to the parent in case this is incorrect.

This date may be in the future - for example when a parent starts to work and so the child will be eligible up until this new status start date.

Not Eligible - Parent has failed to provide further information (written proof of benefit) after this was requested.

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