Food Culture

Article 24: Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must work to provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. 

As a school, we are immensely proud of the food culture we are developing in school.

Our school lunches are cooked fresh from scratch every day in our designated kitchen by our chef. When we say “live together to learn together”, we want to live those values!

Lunch begins at twelve and finishes at one o’clock with children able to sit with friends from all year groups.

When we sit alongside our friends and the adults in the school, eating  together, we learn to talk, share and enjoy food whatever our background

Children are able to have a mixture of school meals and packed lunches, which are currently free for all children in Reception, Year One and Year Two and cost £2.40 for children in Key Stage 2.


Menu Term 5 2023/2024

Term 5 Allergens Information Sheet


If you chose to send your child to school with a packed lunch, please ensure it is a healthy, NUT FREE packed lunch following our:


Packed Lunch Charter

Packed Lunch Charter Visual

ETAT No Nuts Statement


Milk:   All children under 5 are entitled to free milk. Once children have reached the age of 5 parents are welcome to   purchase milk for their child – do so by clicking this link:

Fruit:   Under the school fruit and vegetable scheme, infant children are entitled to a free piece of fruit each day. Key Stage 2 children are welcome to bring in a piece of fruit to eat during the morning break.

Water:   All children have access to fresh water throughout the day and school provides cups for this. However, we also encourage  children to bring a named waterbottle to school each day.


If your child has an allergy or intolerance, please complete the form below and pass to the office. If dietary needs are complex we will arrange a meeting to discuss requirements.

ETAT Special Diet Record