Fresh food every day

School Meals

We are a Nut Allergy Friendly School

No nuts please, as we have children with the possibility of having a severe allergic reaction.

Please see the important information below:

Nut products in school – important information

The 14 major allergens

Allergens Policy (Spring 2024)

School Meals, Free School Meals and Pupil Premium

School meals are available every day and are cooked fresh on the premises by our school cook Carolina Ficco and her team. 

Our menus are designed to meet school food standards and the nutritional needs of healthy growing children, as well as catering for all allergies and other dietary needs.  Menus are shared with parents and pupils prior to the start of each new term and are created to make the most of seasonal ingredients.  Parents are encouraged to pre-order their child’s meal in advance using their ParentPay account.  The pre-order deadline is the Thursday lunchtime before the following week. If you forget to place your orders the children will be able to either bring a packed lunch from home or select a baked potato which are available with the filling of the day.

Click here to see our  Summer Term Menu 2024 

Click here to see our new Autumn Term Menu 2024.   

All pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free school meal and older children may be, depending on parental income. Please use the link below for further details on free school meals and how to apply if you are a low income family.

Please click here for more details on free school meals and how to apply

School meals are currently charged at £2.75 per day per child, or £13.75 per week per child and should be paid for using ParentPay.

Due to increasing production costs for school meals the price of school from September 2024 will increase to £2.95 per day per child, or £14.75 per week.

Please note that from september 2024 there will be small increase in price for school meals. Please click here to read the letter regarding these increases.

Breaktime Snacks

In order to encourage healthy eating habits, sweets are not allowed in school. If you would like to send your child with a snack to eat during morning break, then fruit, celery, raisins or raw carrots are allowed. In addition to a lunchtime drink, please send your child to school with a named bottle of water, which can be re-filled during the day as required.

Food and Drink in School Policy (November 2022)

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