Our school dinners are prepared on site by our catering team, Lou, Fee and Sarah, and are served in our main hall.
Book and pay for your childs meals
School meals cost £2.35 and are booked and paid for every half term in advance.
You can only book and pay for school meals on Parent Pay.
Universal Infant Free School Meals
All children aged 4-7 are entitled to free school meals (Kindergartens and Class 1). Let reception know if your child requires vegan or gluten free choices.
Free School Meals (other than KS1)
If you think you may be entitled to free school meals on the basis of your family circumstances, please collect a form from reception.
*Please be aware our menu changes every half term
|Mon||Autumnal pesto pasta with tomato and feta salad||Flapjack||Roasted red pepper pasta bake served with peas||Flapjack|
|Tue||Seasonal veg hot pot with carrot and peas||Apple pie and cream||Veg stew served with seasoned couscous||Apple pie and cream|
|Wed||Hearty veg soup with chunks of cheese and homemade bread||Homemade apple cake||Hearty veg soup with chunks of cheese and homemade bread||Homemade apple cake|
|Thu||Chicken and chorizo stew served with new pots||Fruit||Spaghetti Bolognese (Meat or Veg) with salad and coleslaw||Fruit|
|Fri||Burritos||Biscuit||Pizza and salads||Biscuit|
As well as the above menu, daily there will be a choice of:
- Jacket potatoes and salads
- A salad bar including carrot, pepper, cucumber, green salad, beanie salad, coleslaw (vegan), hummous, roasted seeds and olive oil based dressings.
- Fruit instead of pudding
School food policy
We will work to improve the health of the whole school community by equipping pupils, staff and their families with ways to establish healthy eating habits that benefit both themselves and the local / wider environment.
We will provide high quality food alongside food education. We will continue to support our local food network by using local and regional farms as much as possible. We will build upon our relationships with our senior managers and governors, building a positive school food culture.
Click here for the food policy (.pdf)
Packed Lunch guidelines
To tie in with our food policy we have compiled some new guidelines on packed lunches.
We are trying to build a healthy school food culture. We want our children to appreciation and understand how important what w e ingest is for our health and our learning. We want to install a sense of how important the ways in which our food is grown a nd how this impacts us and our environment.
Click here for the packed lunch guidelines (.pdf)
About our food
Here in Exeter we have an abundance of local and organic producers and we utilise as much local and organic produce as possible within the meals.
All milk, yoghurt and cream is organic from Bruton in Somerset. All meat is from West Town Farm, Ide and is organic and pasture fed. We use organic short grain brown rice and the pasta is brown and organic when available.
Our vegetables and fruit come from Riverford and Shillingford Organics along with Milfords a local wholesaler. All ingredients are GM free and we do not use soya products (except for tofu).
Please let reception know about allergies, gluten free and vegan requirements.
Any questions please email email@example.com