From February 1st 2022 we officially joined the Food for Thought Family. Food For Thought is a not-for-profit school meals company owned by its partner schools. Any surplus is reinvested in the company or returned to its member schools. As a result of working with Food for Thought we will now be using better produce and more local products. Our menus have been updated and the meals look and taste amazing!
If your child is in Reception, Year 1, Year 2 you can apply for free school meals online here
If your child is in KS2 and you think you are entitled to free school meals you can also apply online here
Alternatively you can fill in the form on the school app in the Parents Consent Forms section and school can apply on your behalf.
School meals cost £2 a day or £10 for a full week. Payment should be made at the beginning of the week via the ParentPay website.
Bistro Menu – https://foodforthoughtschools.co.uk
Food Information Regulation 2014 – Allergen Labelling
At Leamington Community Primary School we provide food throughout the school day for our pupils, staff and visitors. Our premises are regularly inspected by the Local Environmental Health Officer who uses the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme to rate the hygiene standards of our school.
The school are part of Food for Thought who is responsible for the food provision at school.
Our catering manager is based in the school kitchen between 8:30 am and 2:30 pm.
Please contact school and make an appointment if you would like to discuss any allergen issues.
The 14 Allergens
Celery, Cereals containing gluten, Crustaceans, Eggs, Fish, Lupin, Milk, Molluscs, Mustard, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Soya and Sulphur dioxide.
Whilst the caterer has responsibility to make provision for signposting allergen information, the customer has a responsibility to ask for that information and inform the caterer of their dietary needs. Please ensure when your child starts school you complete the information form thoroughly so we can add the details to our medical register and inform the kitchen and class teacher.
For more information please look at The Food Standards Agency