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School Meals

There is no payment required for pupils who attend as boarders. However, pupils who attend as extended day, or day pupils do need to pay for school lunch as in mainstream settings. Parents of all pupils who think that they may qualify for free school meals should complete the relevant form (below in 'frequently asked questions') and register. Parents of pupils who do not qualify for free meals will be required to pay for lunch at the current rate of £2.70 per day.

Our school meals follow a healthy eating policy and are produced freshly every day in a school kitchen where possible:

  • Fresh meat and poultry.
  • Fruit and vegetables sourced regionally where possible using local suppliers.
  • Menus that are nutritionally balanced.

Please click here to view the menu for week commencing 27th March 2023.

Please note, this is subject to change depending on availability of supply.

Frequently asked questions

Free School Meals

Free school meals are available to all key stage one pupils and to children whose parents receive certain benefits.

From 1 April 2018 the Government introduced new regulations for people claiming free schools meals who receive Universal Credit. The change means that if your net annual earnings are more than £7,400 you will not be eligible to claim free school meals.

Pupils who received free school meals before 1 April 2018 and pupils who are assessed as eligible after 1 April 2018 will continue to receive free school meals until the end of the universal roll out period, which is expected to be March 2022. This applies even if they no longer meet the eligibility criteria at a subsequent point during the roll out period.

At the end of the Universal Credit roll out period, any existing pupil who no longer meets the eligibility criteria will continue to receive free school meals until the end of their current phase of education, i.e. primary or secondary school.

Frequently asked questions