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School Dinners and Free School Meals


Have you seen this term's menu?


Our dinner menu has been designed using a wide variety of meal options to reflect the cultural diversity of our school. Our  kitchen staff prepare meals to an impressively high standard; using fresh herbs and raw ingredients.


All our meat and poultry is certified 'halal' and no pork is prepared or served on the premises. We also promote and encourage healthy eating, by including unlimited fruit and vegetables to each child with their meal.


We offer our pupils a choice of a meat, fish or vegetable based main dish, with a pudding suitable for all.


Our pupils really enjoy our menus and we are sure your child will too.


Please click the link below, to see our delicious menu for yourselves. You can also pick up meal ideas to cook in your own home.


Cost of a school meal: £2.30 per child per day (£11.50 per week)



Free School Meals and Healthy Start


What is it?

Your children could get free school meals if you get an income-based benefit (for example Income Support), or Child Tax Credit only. You can sometimes qualify if you get Working Tax Credit as well. But it depends on the income your tax credits have been worked out on, and where you live in the UK.


Free school meals - can I get it?

You can apply for free school meals if you or your child receive any of the following:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • NASS support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (you must provide your NASS number)
  • The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
  • Universal Credit
  • Child Tax Credit, provided they are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income of £16,190 or less


Children who receive a qualifying benefit in their own right are also eligible to receive Free School Meals.




Healthy Start

With Healthy Start you can get:

  • Coupons to exchange for free vitamins
  • Weekly vouchers to buy milk, fresh or plain frozen fruit and vegetables, or infant formula milk


Healthy Start - can I get it?

If you're on certain benefits, or you get Child Tax Credit and are on a low income, you could qualify. You'll need to be at least 10 weeks pregnant, or have a child under four.

If you are pregnant and under the age of 18, you will automatically qualify whether or not you get other benefits or Child Tax Credit.

You won't qualify if you get Working Tax Credit, unless it's just the four week extension of your payments - often called a 'run-on'. You may get a run-on after you stopped qualifying for Working Tax Credit - for example if you’ve stopped work or reduced your hours.

You don't have to get Child Benefit to qualify for Healthy Start.



Find out more about what you may be entitled to by visiting:



Download and complete the Free School Meals form.  Return to the school office.



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