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Healthy Lunches

Free School Meals (Key Stage 1)

All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are eligible for a free, hot school meal under the Universal Infant Free School Meals initiative. Please ensure you follow the instructions provided below to access this offer. 


School Meals (Key Stage 2)

We are now able to provide hot school lunches for children in Key Stage 2. Please see attached information in the side-bar for further details and costs. Otherwise please provide a healthily balanced packed lunch for your child. 


Ordering Lunches

Fresh Start – Our School Meal Provider

Fresh Start are our school meal provider. They provide tasty and exciting, nutritious meals at our school.

They use an ordering system called Meal Manager. Please click on the link below to access the website. You can register using the details provided by us which include a pupil ID and password specific to your child.


Contact Details for Parents

Please contact Fresh Start directly with any issues, queries or problems you may have.

01869 226675 or email




You can order for the full half term, a few weeks or a week at a time. You can also choose between just 1 meal or 5 meals a week. However, due to the fresh nature of the food provision you must order by the Tuesday the week before you wish your child to have a meal.


Menus change every full term in the Spring, Summer and Autumn. Current menus can be viewed on the Fresh Start Website.


Free School Meals (Key Stage 2)
If you are in receipt of any of the following you may be eligible for Free School Meals:

Income Support
Income based Job Seekers Allowance
Income related Employment and Support Allowance
Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
Child Tax Credit, with no element of Working Tax Credit, and a household income below £16,190 (as assessed by HM Revenue and Customs)
Guarantee Element of State Pension Credit
Universal Credit
You may still be eligible if you are in receipt of Working Tax Credit which is going to end due to having recently reduced your hours or having become unemployed (also known as a '4 week run-on').


Healthy Snacks

We participate in the ‘Free Fruit for Schools’ initiative for Reception to Year 2. There is also usually extra fruit available for consumption at break-times. 

Further details about new school rules regarding break-time snack choices will follow shortly.