School Lunches

Nutritiously delicious school meals are available for our pupils each day, cooked by our excellent kitchen staff right here on the premises.

We have now received information from the new school meals provider CH & Co regarding their school lunch ordering system (BlueRunner)

The new platform will allow you to:-

  • Order your child’s meals in advance, with a simple few clicks as are highlighted below
  • Have full sight of the upcoming menu choices available at your child’s school
  • Save your card details online for a swifter check out
  • Access the system from your Mobile Device to allow you to order wherever you are.

Please find attached documents giving instructions on how to register and order your child’s meals:-

It is important that we have up to date information about specific allergies.

Please note that if your child does not have a school meal on a date already booked, because of a trip or illness, you will not be charged for this day and the amount will be held in credit.

Our school meals cost £2.25 each

KS1 meals are free.

Free School Meals

Universal Free School Meals
From September 2014, significant changes started happening to school food: cooking is back on the curriculum, and as a result all children in Year 2 or below get free school meals.

It is still important to register your child for free school meals, even if they are in year 2 or below, if you are in receipt of certain benefits. The school can get some additional money to support their learning if they register. For more information speak to staff in the school office or apply online.

In addition, from January 2015, new food standards were introduced. These are three of the 16 actions in the School Food Plan, which aims to transform what children eat in schools and how they learn about food (see

Year 3 or above
For children under 19 and in full-time education, you may be able to get free school meals for them. The quickest and easiest way to apply for school meals is to apply online    (Eligibility will be checked and the application processed straight away). If you are unable to apply online please obtain the free school meals application form from the school office. You do not need to send any proof of benefit with your application, but you may be asked for proof of benefit if there is a query around eligibility.

Packed lunches

Children may bring a packed lunch to school if this is preferred, and this will be eaten in the dining room. Packed lunches should include a non-fizzy drink in a suitable container. Straws and spoons should be supplied from home if these are required.

 Why is healthy eating important?

A balanced diet is essential for good health and vitality. By eating well at lunchtime, pupils gain a host of benefits, both short and long-term.

As a school we take seriously our responsibilities and we believe that we make a positive contribution to both the “Every Child Matters” agenda and the “Healthy Schools Award”.

The Government’s aim is for every child, whatever their background or their circumstances to have the support they need to:

  • Be healthy.
  • Stay Safe.
  • Enjoy and Achieve.
  • Make a positive contribution.
  • Achieve economic wellbeing.

For lunchbox ideas, tips for fussy eaters and healthy eating for your child, please have a look at the Loveable Lunchboxes campaign website, this is an information hub full of information and tips from nutrition professionals, which you can find here: