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School Lunch

Free School Meals During COVID-19 


The Government initiative for the entitlement to lunch vouchers is determined by your eligibility to free school meals.


This does not include universal free meals which all children in Reception to Year 2 are entitled to by default.


In order to qualify for free school meals you will need to make a claim to the London Borough of Ealing Pupil Support Service. You can contact them using the following details;

Pupil Support Services

t: 0208 825 5566



or: click here to register


If your financial circumstances have changed and you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals please click on the link above to register.  


You are able to make a claim for any child in Nursery to Year 6 as long as you meet the criteria. Please  click here to read the criteria . If you have made a new claim since 20th March and you have received confirmation of your entitlement please email this to the school email address


Vouchers will be delivered by email, it is therefore important that your email address the school has is up to date.

School Meal Times

Nursery: 11.30 - 12.00

Reception: 12.00 - 1.00

KS1 & KS2: 12.15 -1.15



Universal Free School Meals for KS1 and Pupil Premium.

As from September 2014 all pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free meal at lunchtime. This offer does not depend on your household income or whether you receive any benefits. 


Paid school Meals: 

Meals are currently £2.35 payable to Harrisons Catering, please see the link below



Do you claim any of the following:- 

  • Benefit/Income
  • Income support
  • Job-Seekers Allowance
  • NASS
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Employment and Support Allowances
  • Pension Credit with Child Tax Credit
  • Incapacity Benefit
  • Incapacity Benefit with Child Tax Credit


If yes, then you may be entitled to Free School Meals. We strongly encourage you to apply for this benefit as the school also received additional funding to provide  interventions for your child.

Please ask at the school office for a Free School Meal application form, this process is confidential.


Packed lunches: 

If your child brings a packed lunch to eat in school, it should be a balanced lunch and should contain at least one item from each of the following categories:

  • Starchy foods:  These are bread, rice, potatoes, pasta and others
  • Protein foods:  These are meat, fish, eggs, beans and others
  • A dairy item:  This could be cheese or a yoghurt
  • Vegetables or salad and a portion of fruit.


Please ensure that nuts, chocolate or fizzy drinks are not included in your child’s lunch; only water is permitted.