Lunch Menus

Children in EYFS, Y1 and Y2 are entitled to have a hot school meal for free under the Universal Infant Free School Meals scheme.

Children in Y3-Y6 can order a school meal for £2.40 per day which should be paid for on Arbor.

Children are able to bring a packed lunch if they prefer but the standard of our school meals is very good and we are proud of the high uptake.

Please ensure that you keep your child’s Arbor record updated with any dietary requirements or food intolerances. A vegetarian/vegan option will be available each day as standard. However, if your child has a food allergy or intolerance the Allergy And Intolerance Form (below) must be completed and returned to the School Office so that an appropriate alternative option can be provided.

Pupil Premium and Free School Meals

Free school meals are also available to KS2 children in certain circumstances. Please see the Free School Meals leaflet below for details of eligibility and how to apply. We have been advised that the phone numbers on the leaflet are incorrect and queries should be directed to 0116 3055417.

If your child is in EYFS or KS1 and receives universal infant free school meals but you also qualify under the Free School Meals scheme, please do register for the scheme as the School will then receive Pupil Premium funding so we can better support your child.

Currently, children registered under the Free School Meals scheme also receive food vouchers for the holidays.

Please contact the School Office with any queries.

Autumn Winter 2022 Menu

Allergy And Intolerance Form

Free School Meals Information for Parents

The Pupil Premium Information For Parents 2021


School Milk Scheme

Our school provides a milk scheme that is available to all of our pupils and we would like to invite you to register your child. School milk is free for all under-fives and is subsidised for pupils aged five or older.

Each pupil that registers with Cool Milk will receive a carton of semi-skimmed milk every day, and it is delivered fresh and chilled to the classroom. Their school milk will not only provide them with essential nutrients, but as it is rehydrating and energy boosting it also bridges the gap between  breakfast and lunch to help children stay focused.

Milk is completely free for all children aged under five and is subsidised for children aged five or older.  Simply register at