Our delicious and nutritious School Lunch Menu
Our Winter Menu looks amazing with lots of wonderful choices each week. Our menu is on a three week rolling programme. Please take some time to discuss the menu with your child, so they feel confident with their choice each day. Should you have any questions about the menu, please contact a member of the school office. Thank you.
All of our food is cooked on site in our own school kitchen.
Nutritionally balanced meals that meet the government’s guidelines (School Food Plan)
Value for money and a wide variety of meal choices
High-quality food products which can be traced to the source of origin
Click on the link below to access the current menu choices
Menus for pupils with special dietary requirements are available once the special diets procedure has been completed. Please inform the school if a special diets menu is required. Examples of menus available are listed below.
- Primary Gluten Free Menu
- Primary Dairy Free Menu
- Primary Egg Free Menu
- Primary Vegan Menu
- Primary Halal Menu
St Helens Council School Meals Catering Service uses seasonal British produce in our school menus.
We use British Red Tractor and British Farm assured meat. Red Tractor is a food assurance scheme that looks at production standards on safety, hygiene, animal welfare and food production. Our butcher, James Burrows Ltd, based in Ashton-under-Lyne, sources our British Red Tractor meat. Meat provided by our frozen food supplier Hopwells is also certified as Red Tractor assured from Great Britain.
All fish served on our menus is certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and none are on the Marine Conservation Societies ‘fish to avoid’ list.
All our eggs are free range, sourced from RW Elliot & Co of Driffield, East Yorkshire.
Fruit and Vegetables
Our fruit and vegetables are, when possible, in season and provided by Ralph Livesey of Preston. These products are sourced from farms in Lancashire where possible.
All of our menus conform to all the new standards issued by the government as a means to improve children’s diets. The school meals service in St Helens works very closely with all schools and other partners, in encouraging children to eat healthily.