School lunch

Our lunchtimes are from 11:45am until 1:10pm. The school has its very own kitchen and excellent staff who offer a variety of exciting menus throughout the year. The children eat in the dining hall and are supervised by our fantastic team of midday supervisors.

Due to COVID-19, Risk Assessments have been made and lunchtime arrangement have been adjusted accordingly to ensure the safety of all children and staff.

The arrangements are:

  • Lunch Break at 11.45am - Nursery Lunch eaten in Nursery  
  • Reception  Lunch Break at 11.45am - 12.50pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 11.45am  
  • Year 1 Lunch Break at 12.00pm - 1.05pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 12.00pm  
  • Year 2 Lunch Break at 12.05pm - 1.10pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 12.05pm  
  • Year 3 Lunch Break at 12.10pm - 1.10pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 12.25pm  
  • Year 4 Lunch Break at 12.10pm - 1.10pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 12.30pm 
  • Year 5 and Year 6 Lunch Break at 12.10pm - 1.10pm
  • Lunch in Hall at 12.00pm 

Dinners are cooked on site by Mr J Vickers. Dinner monies should be paid in full at the start of the school week through our online payment system ParentPay (£2.30 per day).

If you think your child qualifies for Free School meals please contact the office for the necessary forms or download from the forms tab.

The pupils are supervised at lunchtimes by the following staff: Miss Chadwick (Senior Midday Supervisor), Miss Hallam, Mrs Aitkin, Miss Sutcliffe, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Tingay, Miss Harris and Miss Rose. They plan lots of exciting games for the children to play and have lots of different toys for the children too.

Pupils bringing a packed lunch should bring it in a lunch box with their name on. We ask parents not to send fizzy drinks, sweets or chocolate as we encourage healthy eating. So that you can monitor what your child is eating we ask all children to take home any remains of their lunch.

Please note that as from September 2014, all Infant children (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) will receive a free school lunch.



  • menus comply with the Government nutritional standards

  • all recipes are low in sugar and fat

  • daily servings of vegetables, salad and fresh fruit

  • oven baking of dishes in preference to frying

  • home-cooked dishes with quality ingredients, that are locally sourced where possible

  • all ingredients are checked for unnecessary additives and allergens

  • bread, salad and fruit are served as an accompaniment to all the meals

  • special medically referred diets can usually be catered for.

Payment for primary school meals can be made via our online payment system ParentPay. Contact the school office for more information.