Our School meals offer a tasty, nutritionally balanced 2 course school dinner for FREE for all primary school children in Reception class and Years 1 & 2 or just £1.80* per day for pupils in years 3-6.
Tasty, nutritious school meals have been provided in the Bradford district for many years. The Universal Infant Free School Meals scheme means these meals are provided for FREE to all primary school children in Reception class and Years 1 & 2. There are no forms to fill in or other eligibility criteria. So if your child is in one of these year groups, you can simply send them to school to enjoy a delicious free lunch each day. If you would be eligible for free school meals, it’s a good idea to still register as school will benefit from extra funding.
- We use traditional recipes, cooked from scratch on site every day.
- All Meat and poultry used is locally sourced.
- We do not use preservatives or additives that are unsuitable for children.
- All fresh vegetables and potatoes are locally sourced.
- We have a no nut and no genetically modified ingredient policy.
- All our dishes are Halal and are Council of Mosques approved.
- We offer meal choices daily which are suitable for vegetarians.
- All our desserts are suitable for vegetarians.
*DON’T WORRY, CHILDREN IN YEARS 3 TO 6 COULD ALSO GET SCHOOL MEALS FREE
Your child is entitled to free school meals if you receive any of the following:
- Income support
- Universal credit
- Income based Jobseekers Allowance
- Child Tax Credit (But not working tax credit) with an annual income (as assessed by HM Revenue & Customs) of less than £16,190
- Pension Credit (Guarantee credit only)
- Support from NASS (National Asylum Support Services)
- Income-related Employment and support allowance
Registering for Free school Meals means school gets extra money from the government, known as pupil premium funding. For more information on Free school Meals, please call into the school office who will help you with your claim.