School Meals

Since September 2014, the Government has provided funding to enable Primary Schools in England to offer a free lunch to every child in their Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes. This is known as the Government’s School Food Plan.

 Our meal provider is Edwards and Blake (click here to visit their website) 


School Meal Menu

Current school menu

School Meals

Menus are available on SchoolMoney. You have the option to order a Meat, Vegetarian or Packed Lunch option for your child. Please note that you have until midnight the night before to order your child a school meal. If you have not ordered your child a school meal and they have no packed lunch with them a telephone call home for you to bring them a lunch will be made, we do not have spare dinners. If you have SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS please notify the school office.

If your child has free school meals we ask that you book dinners in advance over the half term.

Packed Lunches

If your child is having their own packed lunch, please be aware that lunch boxes are kept in the hall and they must be in a secure container for safety and hygiene. All lunch boxes must be clearly marked with your child’s name. In order to support Healthy Schools, we encourage you not to send sweets, chocolate or fizzy drinks. In the interest of health and safety for children and staff with nut allergies, please can we also ask you not to include any items containing NUTS.

Mid-morning snack

At morning break pupils may have a drink of milk (supplied free to under 5’s) and a piece of fruit/vegetable. This is provided free of charge for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. Milk can be ordered from Cool Milk. Milk is only provided free for children under 5 or children receiving Pupil Premium (if you are registered for Pupil Premium and would like your child to have milk please speak to Mrs Isard in the school office). Further information can be found on their website

Children in KS2 are also able to have a snack during morning break. We ask that this is a fruit/vegetable based option. NO CHOCOLATE/CAKE

Children are encouraged to bring a named bottle of water with them on a daily basis which they can drink throughout the school day. – NO SQUASH OR FIZZY DRINKS

Pupil Premium and Free School Meals

Where a child qualifies for Free School Meals because their Parent/Carer is in receipt of one of the benefits below the school will receive additional funding in the form of the FSM Pupil Premium please click on the link to find out more about Pupil Premium – Pupil Premium or click here to register for Pupil Premium online.

Free school meals are available for children whose parents receive:

• Income Support
• Jobseeker’s Allowance (income-based)
• Employment and Support Allowance (income-based)
• Child Tax Credit based on income below £16,190
• The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
• Asylum Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
• Working   Tax   Credit   ‘run-on’   (this   is  the   payment   someone   may   receive   for   a further four weeks after they stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)