School dinners provide students with a variety of tasty choices everyday of the week from a range of different cultures. A school dinner consists of a main course, fresh vegetables or salad, freshly baked bread and a dessert. A meal choice pattern is assigned to each child, and meals are ordered according to this pattern.
What is on the school dinner menu?
The school dinner menu rotates on a three-week basis. Click here to find out what's on this term's menu.
For more information about school dinners, please check out the Waltham Forest Dinners webpage.
Nutritionist-resource information for parents – click to view
Changing Your Child's Lunch Choice
If you would like to change your child's dinner choice then you need to notify the school office. Please understand that you can change your child's dinner choice on a half-termly basis. If you fail to notify the school office you may be charged for the school dinners already set up on your account. A Meal Choice Change form is available in the main reception area.
Does my child qualify for free school meals?
Free school meals are school lunches that are provided each school day to eligible pupils for no charge. They are now administered by the Benefits Service, making it simpler to apply for them. For information on whether your child is eligible for free school meals and how to apply visit the Free School Meals page.
Parents/carers who pay for school meals for their children can do so using ParentPay, which offers the freedom to make payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please notify the main office if you wish to use the PayPoint facility. A plastic card will be issued to you to make cash payments for school meals at local PayPoint stores. For more information on ParentPay, click here.