School Dinners ​

We are delighted to announce that as from September our school meals will be provided by WSMS (Wasps School Meals Service), whose aim is to provide a well-balanced, freshly prepared meal - using only locally sourced organic, free range and outdoor bred ingredients. We are happy to inform you that the cost of a meal will still only be £2.60. 

Having seen and tasted the food – we are excited about the service. We intend to offer regular opportunities for parents to have lunch with their children. 

Vegetarian and other special diets can be catered for.

If you wish your child to take school lunches please order from the Office and pay weekly or half termly in advance, via

the online school payment system.

The cost of dinners is currently £2.60 a day.

Please click on the button above to see the current menu.

Please let the School Office know if you would like your children to try school dinners before making a decision.

Parents in receipt of Family Income Support can apply for free school meals to:
The Area Education Welfare Officer
Riverside, Temple Street, Keynsham BS18 1LA
Tel: 01225 394241/2

Please ask in the office for further information.

If you wish to discontinue school lunches please telephone or write giving at least 1 weeks notice.

Packed Lunch

Children who prefer to bring a packed lunch may do so.  It should be in a plastic container clearly marked with the child’s name. Cold drinks, either water or fruit juice should be brought in a leakproof plastic container.

Water is always provided as part of the lunchtime routine, and there is free access to water throughout the day.

Following government nutrition guidelines, we ask that you don’t give your child crisps or crisp type snacks, chocolate, sweets, or chocolate biscuits in their lunch box.

As part of our current school policy, we also ask that you don’t give your child nuts or peanut butter sandwiches, as we have children in school who suffer from nut allergies.


Any child under 5 years of age is entitled to free school milk. This stops when children become 5, and they are given a drink of water instead. Each child has their own named beaker, and has access to water throughout the day.

Fruit Snack

We are committed to encouraging children to develop healthy eating habits.  At mid morning break we ask that all children bring a piece of fruit or vegetable to eat for their snack. It is often helpful to have this cut up at home and put in a named container.


“She has really benefited from the different ages mixing, she often talks of the older children.

We feel all the staff know her, which is so special.” 

—  Name, Title