School Meals

Healthy School award

Here at St. Margaret Mary's we actively promote a healthy lifestyle and encourage children to make their own sensible food choices. We promote the eating of fruit and vegetables at break times and ensure children drink plenty of water.

We are happy to have gained Healthy School Status. We actively promote a healthy lifestyle across the school by modelling good practise and by having high expectations. These expectations are also mirrored in the quality of food and drink we encourage in school

School meals are provided by Cityserve. For the current cost of school meals, please speak to the school office. Any queries regarding school dinners should be directed to Mrs Cooney via the school office Mondays or Fridays.

Milk is provided free to under 5's in our Nursery class if the children want it. From Reception up to Year 6 the cost per day for milk is 26p or £1.30 a week. Payment for milk can be made through ParentPay, the link for which can be found at the bottom of the page.

Our Current Menus

Our school offers a multiple-choice menu which rotates every three weeks. Here are our current menus:

Alongside these menus, we also link our food choices to our SMVSC days such as Chinese New Year, Australia Day and Diwali.

Where school provides packed lunches, the following menu lists what is available PLUS the allergens contained within each item (Natasha's Law):

School Meal Vouchers

If you receive free school meals vouchers, the guide below from the DfE and Edenred will explain how to use your vouchers:

Happy Lunchtimes

Eager to be served.
We enjoy eating with our friends.

Happy lunchtimes!
Lunchtime fun.

Lunchtime Supervisors demonstrating the playground equipment.
Showing how it should be done.