School Meals 


FREE SCHOOL MEALS - Do you think you are eligible?


Your child may be able to get free school meals if you get any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • the guaranteed element of Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)
  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit - if you apply on or after 1 April 2018 your household income must be less than £7,400 a year (after tax and not including any benefits you get)

In order to make an application which will take around 5 minutes, you can CLICK HERE to go directly to the Online Free School Meal Application Portal OR ring the school office and we can do this for you with your permission or use the QR code below.


It doesn't take long to apply and you will receive an immediate decision.


School Meals


Children can either have a meal provided by our caterers, Lunchtime Company or they can bring in a packed lunch from home.



There is a daily choice of either a main meal, vegetarian, jacket potato, pasta bowl or packed lunch which are all provided by Lunchtime Company.

School meals are provided universally free of charge for all children in Key Stage One - Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

The cost of a meal is £2.10 per day for all children in Key Stage 2, the remaining year groups.

You can place your order, and pay, if applicable,via our school payment app Scopay (

All meal choices have to be submitted by Wednesday at 9.30am.

Summer 2024 Menu 



Lunchtime Co. Special Diet Request Form

The Lunchtime Company can,and do cater for special dietary requirements within our school, so please contact the school office directly to discuss this if you think your child needs something specific.

Please see special menus below - you can order as normal via Scopay but please do speak to the Office so that we know what your dietary requirements are.


Packed lunches 


If you prefer, your child can bring in their own packed lunch with a bottle of water. Please ensure this is in a suitable container clearly marked with your child's name.  We are a water only school so please provide a named water bottle for your child to have during the day. Fresh drinking water is also available during the lunch period for all children.

Please note that we do not allow nuts of any kind into school due to children with severe allergies. Please ensure that there are no products containing nuts in your child's packed lunch. Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.


We encourage all children to have a healthy and varied pack lunch. Here are some useful website to give you lots of healthy eating ideas.




What should be in a healthy lunchbox?

Eating a healthy, balanced lunch is vital for ensuring children have the right nutrients and enough energy to see them through the school day, however, achieving this balance is not always as easy as it sounds. The key to a healthy packed lunch is variety and getting the right balance of foods to provide children with all of the nutrients they need to stay healthy. A packed lunch made at home can be a healthy and delicious choice and gives a parent or carer control over the foods and ingredients included.

A school lunchbox should:

Be based on starchy foods

  • This can include potatoes, bread, pasta, rice, couscous, wraps, pitta and chapatti. Where possible wholegrain varieties should be chosen, e.g. wholemeal bread and leave skins on potatoes.

Include plenty of fruit and vegetables

  • Include 1-2 portions and vary these throughout the week.
  • You could add sliced vegetables into a pasta dish or sandwich.
  • You could also include packs of chopped fresh fruits or individual packs of dried fruits.

Include a portion of beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat, a dairy food and/or a non-dairy source of protein

  • Use beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other sources of protein as sandwich fillings or in a salad.
  • If you’re not including a dairy food in the main lunch item (e.g. in a salad or sandwich), add a yogurt or some cheese, such as a Cheddar stick, to the lunchbox.
  • If you’re including a dairy alternative, e.g. soya yogurt or milk, choose varieties which are unsweetened and fortified with calcium.

 If you need some ideas, this link helps   Lunch box recipe ideas