School Meals

We have two spacious dining rooms where the children sit and eat their lunch. Parents can choose to send a packed lunch into school or purchase a hot school meal for their child.  If you would like to order school meals then please contact Mrs Ryder in school who will organise this for you.

School meals are healthy and you will find the current menu below. There are varied choices and vegetarians are catered for. Children have access to the salad cart which is always popular.

You can download the Week 1 Winter term and Week 2 Winter term  and Week 3 Winter term  here.

You can download the allergen information for allergen-chart Winter 2019  week 1 and allergen-Winter 2019 – week 2 and allergen-chart Winter 2019 week 3

Dinner money is collected on Monday mornings and we would be grateful if you would strictly adhere to this arrangement and thus avoid extra money transactions during the week.  All cheques for dinner money should be made payable to ‘St Christopher Primary School’.  All children will be issued with a plastic envelope for dinner money and these will be returned each week ready for the following Monday.  Payments can also be made on-line, a minimum payment of £20.00, to access this go to  If you have  problems accessing this, then please contact the school office.

If your child wishes to change from dinners to sandwiches or vice-versa, please notify the school office at least one week prior to the change.

The cost of school meals are £2.20 per day (£11.00 per week).

For children in KS1 we operate a pre-order system.  The menu can be obtained from the school office or from the links above.

If your child is eligible for Pupil Premium / Free School Meals you can apply online at


Children are allowed to bring sandwiches for their midday lunch, but these must be brought in a suitable container with the name of the child clearly marked. We encourage the children to have healthy lunches and recommend they do not bring sweets and chocolates.Week 1 Winter term Week 2 Winter term Week 3 Winter term