Lunch Information

Download: FFT Primary Menu Spring Term 1 [PDF]

Food for Thought (Merseyside) Ltd. is a unique ‘not for profit’ healthy school meals caterer. It is a company owned and managed by its partner schools with any surplus created being re-invested in our local community schools.

Our school proudly provides freshly prepared meals for our pupils every day from locally sourced produce.  The children receive a wide range of meals and the menu changes on a weekly basis.  The children are given alternatives to the main meal choice to encourage independence and variety to the weekly dinners.

 Our catering teams work hard each and every day preparing fresh ingredients.  The children are thoroughly enjoying the variety and choice for their dinner.

School meals are £2.00 per day.

If you believe you are entitled to a Free School Meal please ask to speak with Mrs Quinn or Mrs Austin who can be contacted at our main office.


Packed Lunches

Alternatively, children may bring a packed lunch. Packed lunches should be in a secure container. Water is available on all tables for children who choose a packed lunch.

Packed lunches should be healthy and filling. See below for our guidelines on what makes a healthy lunchbox.


Information about free school meals

There are two free school meal schemes available to parents:

  • Universal Infant Free School Meals & Income Related Free School Meals
  • Universal Infant Free School Meals

If your child is in Reception Class or Year 1 or Year 2 they are entitled to a free school meal regardless of your income. This could save you almost £400 a year for each child you have in infants and there is no need to apply as this is actioned automatically by the school.


Income Related Free School Meals

If you receive certain benefits you can claim free school meals and milk for your school-aged child. By applying for this additional benefit you will enable your school to receive additional government funding which is awarded for each eligible pupil to support their learning and education. This is awarded even if you don’t want your child to receive the entitled free school meal. This is known as ‘Pupil Premium’. Please see the school office for more information and assistance with how to apply.


External Link: Liverpool City Council Free School Meal Information

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