School Lunch & Snacks


School lunches are free for all Early Years (Red Class) and Key Stage 1 (Orange and Yellow Classes) children and costs £2.15 per day for all Key Stage 2 children. Payment for meals can be made on a weekly or half termly basis by cheque or cash. The exact money or cheque should be brought to school on a Monday, in an envelope with your child’s name and class on.                                                  



 Please click here on the  Menu Week 1 and Menu Week 2 for Summer and Autumn 2021 lunchtime choices and to look at the range of healthy options provided. Alternatively, you may prefer your child to bring a packed lunch which you have prepared at home. If you would like to find out more about our school lunches and the provider, Stockport TLC, please go to their website by clicking on the link:  



 All lunch time meals are taken in the school hall where everyone eats together.


If you are in receipt of Income Support  or think you may be eligible for free school meals, please contact the Council Information Offices, Welfare Benefits Team (Tel. 0161 474 3878) or the school office for advice and an application form.

Children may bring a healthy snack of fruit to school for their mid-morning break. However, you may not think this is necessary if your child is in Red, Orange or Yellow class because all children in KS1 are provided with a daily piece of fruit or vegetable. Milk can also be ordered online and is available daily.

We also strongly recommend that your child brings a water bottle to school with their name on it. This is so they can stay hydrated and have a drink during the day. No flavoured, fizzy or juice drinks – water only please.