Scroll to content
Contact Us


Primary School

Cherishing Children and their Futures

Respectful. Resilient. Resourceful.

School Meals

School Meals (Sept 2023 onwards)


The Mayor of London is offering grant funding for the 2023/24 school year to pay for free school meals for key stage 2 pupils at state schools who do not qualify for Government-funded income-related free school meals


All primary school children who attend state schools in London will receive free school meals for the full academic year, starting in 2023/24/ academic year. This means all state funded primary school children in London are now eligible for free school meals. The funding will help up to 270,000 primary school children in London access free school meals and could save your family upwards of £440 across the year.

Your child will receive their free school meals automatically, but it’s vitally important that you still complete your borough’s registration form if you believe you are eligible for extra benefits-related funding for their school from the Government, worth £1,300 per year. See eligibility criteria below. That’s extra money to spend on enrichment activities, teacher development, and targeted support for the children that need it most. Depending on how schemes operate in your borough, it may also entitle you to other benefits like food vouchers during the holidays and discounts on residential trips. There is more information about registration in your borough here:

Free Meals

Pupils may receive free school meals if their parent(s) are in receipt of: 

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit, provided the parents are not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190
  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit
  • Children who receive any of the qualifying benefits listed above in their own right are also eligible to receive free school meals

Parents are encouraged to apply for free meals even if you prefer your child to have a packed lunch, as this attracts valuable additional funding for the school.




Please find below the link to the menu for this term:

Breaktime Snack

Children in Reception—Year 2 are given free fruit/veg snacks at breaktime as part of the ’School Fruit & Vegetable Scheme’.

Some children like to have a snack at breaktime. Children in Y3-6 can bring fruit, plain crackers or a (nut free) cereal bar for break time.  Please no chocolate, crisps , nuts or cakes. Dried fruit bars/fruit winders are not permitted.  




Packed Lunches

If your child would prefer to bring a packed lunch please ensure that this contains no nuts as we have children in school with severe allergies.  Any drinks sent in should be in a plastic container or carton.  No glass or cans of fizzy drink should be brought into school and we are a nut free school.  Please ensure that all lunch boxes are clearly named.

All food in lunch boxes should be eaten at lunch time.  In addition, Key Stage 2 children may bring in a fruit snack for morning break.  Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children have fruit for morning break provided by the school.

School/Contact Information