'Do to others, as you would have them do to you.' Matthew 7.12
Parents may choose for their children to have school meals, bring their own packed lunch or some may be collected and go home for dinners.
From September 2015 – All INFANT children (Reception, Year 1 and 2) are entitled to a school meal which will be provided by the school. Parents wishing to take up this opportunity must complete the required booking form each term.
Wolverhampton School Dinners
School meals are provided by Wolverhampton school meal service.
Find out about our school meals by visiting:
Click here to view Primary school menu
Children who bring in packed lunches are advised to bring their meal in a sealed container which has been clearly labelled with the child’s name and class. We ask that parents avoid sending into school any fizzy drinks, cans or bottles as we strive to be a healthy school.
School milk is available for all children on a daily basis. Children do not have to pay for milk until their 5th birthday, after which payment is termly.
Water is available for children to drink throughout the day. All children are encouraged to bring in a named water bottle to school on a daily basis.
Fruit is available for all pupils as part of the Healthy Schools initiative.
Are you eligible for free school meals?
Even if your child is in reception, year one or year two, it is very important that you register for free school meals, if you are eligible, as this enables school to attract additional funding, to be used for your child’s educational benefit.
Find out about how to apply for free school meals by visiting: