Our school meals are prepared on site in our modern school kitchen.
The current cost of a school meal is £2.35 per day.
We are currently only accepting online payments, if you require an online access code to enable you to pay online please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the link below to make your online payments.
Meals can be paid for daily, weekly or termly. Please ensure you pay on the day or in advance.
All children in Foundation Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 receive a school meal 'free of charge' through the government Universal Infant Free School Meal Scheme. If you believe that you are entitled to free school meals and your child receives Government-funded meals, please still apply for the funding as this will support other areas of your child's education (see below).
Children who do not want to have a school meal can bring a packed lunch. This should be sent in a sandwich box or container clearly named so they can be stored on special trolleys in school.
Due to the new guidelines on food allergies, it is important to inform you and your children of the foods and the allergens which they contain. We will inform children through a display showing them the allergens contained in that week’s food.
For you, the parents, we have created a guide for your information and hope that this will help you and your children make an informed decision.
(G) Cereal/Gluten (So) Soya (E) Eggs (Se) Sesame Seeds (F) Fish
(C) Crustaceans (Mi) Milk
(Mo) Molluscs (N) Nuts (Mu) Mustard (P) Peanuts (Ce) Celery (L) Lupin
(Sd) Sulphur Dioxide
Should your child be allergic to any of the items listed below then please contact the office who will in turn pass on the details to the kitchen.
Free School Meals
Who qualifies for free school meals?
Your child qualifies for free school meals if you are getting one of the following support payments...
- Income Support
- Income-Based Jobseeker's Allowance
- Income-Related Employment and Support Allowance
- Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- Child Tax Credit, unless you are entitled to Working Tax Credit, and you have an annual income as assessed by HMRC that does not exceed £16,105
- Guarantee credit element of State Pension Credit.
Young people over 16 years old who are still at school are entitled to free school meals if they get Income Support or Income-Based Jobseeker's Allowance in their own right.
Children must be in education before and after lunch to qualify for free school meals.