Dinner Menu

Lunch Prices 
School meals cost £2.42 per day 
This is £12.10 per week 
 
Payment for meals is required in advance.  Please pay termly, monthly or weekly wherever possible as it reduces the administration time and cuts down on the number of queries.  Your current balance will be shown on your ParentPay account and the cost of meals will only be deducted when your child places an order. 
 
The new menu started on 8th April.  Please see the attached document below for details.  
 
Every day children can choose between a "red" meal or a "green" meal which they order at morning registration.  There is also the choice of a "yellow" jacket potato.  The jacket potato topping choices are the same every day: 
 
 
  • Chesse
  • Baked Beans
  • Tuna Mayonnaise
 
From time to time there are special menus to celebrate events throughout the year such as Chinese New Year or World Ocean Day.  Details of these menu changes are published in advance in the school newsletter and on ClassDojo.  
 
We have a Christmas Dinner every year with turkey and all the trimmings.  Christmas dinner is booked separately as we need to give the kitchen plenty of notice, so we send letters out during the autumn term for parents to book meals for their children. 
 
Fresh fruits and vegetables used are subject to seasonal variation. 
 
 
Everyday 
Vegetarian and vegan choices are available most days and you can see these clearly dennoted on the menu by a leaf logo.
 
Please note that the menu may be altered from time to time - changes will be notified via the school newsletter and on ClassDojo; parents are advised to check with the school office if necessary. 
 
 All meals are served with either, a potato dish, rice, pasta or noodles and a selection of seasonal vegetables and salads. 
(V) Fresh Fruit is served each day as an alternative pudding. 
 
 
A bread basket selection and chilled water are available throughout lunch. Tomato ketchup is available with selected dishes.
 
Meat and poultry products used on the menu are sourced from within the UK, with many coming from surrounding counties.
 
All meet the 'Red Tractor Assured Food Standards' criteria.