School Meals

"The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding." Ofsted

We have a strong commitment to healthy eating, and we offer a carefully planned menu to provide a varied, healthy and appealing school lunch.

Our meals are cooked at Pulham Primary school and are served in our school hall. There is a variety of choices each day including a hot dinner, vegetarian option, school packed lunch and jacket potatoes with various fillings, followed by a desert or fruit.

A school lunch costs £2.20 per day. All lunch orders for the week must be handed to the school office on a Monday morning.

In September 2014 the government introduced universal free school meals for all children in Reception and KS1 (years 1 and 2). This initiative entitles all children in these year groups to free lunches. These lunches again need to be ordered on a Monday morning.

Menus are available from the school office, any changes that are made will be sent out via parentmail. Alternatively, children can bring to school a home packed lunch this should also contain a drink.

The children in Reception and KS1 are provided with a piece of fruit each morning at break time. This is arranged by the local authority. Children in KS2 are welcome to bring in a piece of fruit or veg to have at morning break.

Milk is provided to children under 5. Once a child turns five years old parents can sign up to the cool milk scheme and purchase milk for their child. This can be ordered online at www.coolmilk.com