School Dinners

The school operates a Family Service lunchtime where social skills and good manners re actively promoted. Free school meals are offered for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children as part of the Universal Free School Meals Scheme. Families in receipt of Income Support or Income based Job Seekers allowance are entitled to free meals for their children. If you are unsure of how to claim your entitlement, please see the school secretaries as soon as
possible. We advise you to claim your free meals even if you decide to send your child with a packed lunch from home or take him/her home for dinner.  Part of every school’s budget share depends on the uptake of free meals. By claiming your entitlement you ensure that the school is financed as well as possible.


If you wish to pay for a school meal this needs to be completed on line by visiting the following website Please ensure that meals are paid for by a Monday morning each week or alternatively you are able to pay more should you wish. The current price of a meal is £2.10 per day, £10.50 each week.
It is very important that we know in advance if your child is going to be late.
Dinner numbers are given to the cook by 10am, so any child arriving after this
time will not be able to get a meal. The children are NOT allowed to bring
sweets or chewing gum to school.

Please follow the link below to view the current menu being offered in school

Menu Stoke Heath Sept 19

Some families choose to provide a packed lunch for their children. This
should be brought to school in a named lunchbox. Drinks should be in sturdy
containers (not cans). If you would like your child to change to hot dinners then
we require half a terms notice. The school encourages healthy eating, so
families are discouraged from providing lunches which are high in sugar, fat
or additives that could have a detrimental effect on pupils’ work in the

Click here for more information on packing a healthy packed lunch.