All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a school lunch at no charge. We strongly encourage all children in these year groups, to have a healthy and nutritious meal during their day at school.
If you are a parent of a child going into Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 or Year 6 in September 2021 you will need to register on the new school meals payment system. When you register your child – please choose their NEW class (ie the one they are going into in September 2021).
Meals cost £2.35 per day per pupil and £11.75 per week per pupil.
Our School Menu can be found here – Click here *Week 2 Thursdays – please inform the school office by 9am if your child would like tuna or salmon.
We only serve Halal meat at our school.
From September 2021, we will be introducing our new school meals catering service ISS provided by the Ealing Schools Catering Consortium
They will continue to provide healthy meals to children, cooked in our kitchens on site.
More information from ISS can be found below:
Welcome information – Click here
Register your new account – Click here
Ealing Parent Flyer – Click here
School Lunch how to order guide – Click here
Click here to register an pay for school meals – https://parents.feedinghungryminds.co.uk/login
Special Dietary Needs
If your child has a dietary need in order for them to have a school meal you must complete the below form and return the completed form with the medical evidence and a photo of your child to firstname.lastname@example.org
Children may bring a packed lunch which should be in a suitable plastic container that can easily be stored on the trolley. The container must be marked with your child’s name and class. Please note for reasons of Health & Safety, packed lunches must not include cans, glass containers, fizzy drinks or sweets. Nuts or peanut butter are not allowed in school as some of the children have severe allergies. We require that packed lunches are in line with our healthy eating approach and therefore sweets/chocolate/cakes must not be included in packed lunches. Only baked crisps are allowed and every Friday children are allowed one treat- a biscuit/ cake. For information on what is allowed/ not allowed in packed lunches, please see our Healthy Lunches Guide 2022-23
If it is your child’s birthday, you may wish to bring in a treat for the children in your child’s class to enjoy. This must only be healthy snacks such as fruit. No chocolate or sweets are allowed.
Free School Meals
From September 2014, all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a Free School Meal. If you want your child to have a Free School Meal, you will need to fill in a form with your name, your child’s name, date of birth and National Insurance number. This helps the school caterer know how much food to purchase. It also enables the school to receive the maximum funding available in relation to Free School Meals, so that more money can be spent on purchasing books, organising trips, improving the school etc.
As part of our promotion of healthy eating, we have launched a GOLDEN TABLE. In our weekly celebration assembly, children who had 100% attendance for the week get a chance to be randomly selected to join the Golden Table. They will enjoy special treatment including drinking fruit squash, eating off a golden plate and eating delicious fruit!
Here are some of the children’s thoughts:
I like eating off a golden plate!- Mohammad
I love the juicy strawberries.- Elias
It is so golden! It made me feel special.- Danah