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Why Choose A School Meal For Your Child?

There are many reasons why you should choose a school meal for your child.  Children use up a great deal of energy during the school day, they need to concentrate during lessons, let off steam at break times and need to recharge their energy in the afternoon.  A nutritionally balanced school lunch will help your child through the day.
 
At The Spalding Special Schools Federation we have a wonderful catering team and pride ourselves on making freshly cooked meals on site.  The meals are nutritionally balanced and excellent value for money.  We offer a daily selection of freshly cooked main meals, salads and desserts, fresh fruit or yoghurts.  Our head cook on site nutritionally balances the meals over the course of one week to ensure your child receives a healthy balanced diet whilst in school.

In order to view the full list of Allergen contained in our school meals, please follow the link provided below:

Allergen Chart please click here

Please follow the link for the latest Priory School Menu:

Amended Menu 18-29 September 2017

 

The current cost of a school lunch is £2.50 per meal / £12.50 per week.

Free School Meals

To download the form to register for Free School Meals please follow the link to the Free School Meal page on the Lincolnshire County Council website and click on the 'Downloads' tab.  Please use the Free School Meal Secondary Registration form. Once completed, please send the registration form to school.
 
If your child is entitled to Free School Meals you could save approximately £400.00 per child per year. This is the average amount being spent on packed lunches.
 
Our school will also benefit as we receive a Pupil Premium of £900.00 per pupil taking Free School Meals. This will also benefit your child due to Pupil Premium funds providing extra teaching support and school trips for example.