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School Meals

A balanced and delicious meal prepared and cooked on site

We care about the quality, taste and nutritional value of your child’s food. The policy of Universal Infant Free School Meals enables children in YR, 1 & 2 to access and enjoy a hot, nutritionally balanced free school meal, normalising healthy eating from their very first day at school.

We provide meals that exceed the Governments standards. Our two week rolling menus are full of protein, vitamins and nutrients. We also provide daily vegetarian options which often contain some vegan ingredients.

Sarah our school cook is amazing! The food is delicious and filling.

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Our meals are prepared and cooked on site by Sarah. She prepares the majority of meals from raw and natural ingredients that are, where possible, sourced locally. Sarah takes time to encourage children to make good choices.

Children eat their food in a calm atmosphere. Good table manners are taught and our supervisors encourage them to taste and try foods building up their palette for textures and flavours.

While children wait to be served their main course, they can eat fresh veggie sticks such as carrot, cucumber, peppers, radish, etc

Currently school meals cost £2.50 per day. However, if your child has lunch on 5 consecutive days they will only have to pay for 4.

We strongly encourage you to book your meals at least two weeks in advance or for the full half term on ParentPay

Allergens Guidance

School Food Policy

Food for Life

You can trust the source of our meals. We aim to source as much of our ingredients locally as we can. We work closely with local suppliers to provide fresh local produce delivered direct to the schools door.

We are committed to the principles of Food for Life – making healthy, tasty and sustainable meals the norm for all to enjoy.

Through our Life Skills curriculum we connect children with where their food comes from, teaching them how it’s grown and cooked. They have opportunities to grow, prepare and cook food during their primary school learning journey.