Our catering supplier is Caterlink. All their food is freshly prepared on site. They embrace natural ingredients, love seasonal produce, and develop ethical trading with their suppliers. Their meat is all Halal and UK reared and they use fish from sustainable sources wherever they can. The jelly offered as a dessert is suitable for vegetarians , as it does not contain gelatine.
Our menu will change each term to reflect the changing seasons with new ideas discussed with the children, liaisons with the School Nutrition Action Group, and regular tasting sessions. Caterlink are confident that they can cater for every child and all children will choose an option upon arrival in the dining room.
Under the Government’s Universal Infant Free School Meals initiative, school dinners are FREE to children in Key Stage 1 (Reception to Year 2, inclusive). Children in Key Stage 2 (years 3 to 6) can have a meal at a cost of £2.15 per meal, payable in advance, but free to those eligible for Free School Meals (also see below).
Payments for school meals should be made in advance online via the Caterlink website. You can log on to the payment system by clicking on the Caterlink logo below:
Login details for each KS2 child's account are available from the school office.
Caterlink can accept cash payments, but you need to have exact money, as the school office is cashless, and therefore, does not have change. Please use the payment box outside the office.
See the current menu attached below.
You can follow our School Cook on Twitter @lhscookmanager to see menu updates and news about exciting theme days. If your child has specific dietary requirements, contact the office to arrange a meeting with the Cook Manager so that we can try to cater to your child's dietary needs.
You can also follow our Senior Midday Supervisor on Twitter @lunch_at_LHS for our lunchtime team's updates.
For those who choose to bring in a packed lunch, click here for guidelines for a healthy lunch.
Apply here to see if your child is eligible for Pupil Premium Funding, which can include free school dinners.