School meals

School meals

East Riding Schools offer a daily lunch menu. Schools are ideal places to encourage children to eat healthier options. In the East Riding we have a number of policies to ensure that all of our food is safe, nutritious and wholesome. Where possible our dishes are freshly prepared using quality ingredients providing a healthy and tempting menu that meets current government guidelines.

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Fruit, vegetables and pasta

School menus

This page provides information to parents and guardians on where to access primary and secondary menus.

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Food standards

The Government requires school lunches to comply with the new school food standards and these form part of the school food plan. These school food standards are intended to help children develop healthy eating habits and ensure they get the energy and nutrition they need across the whole school day

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Allergies, intolerances and special diets

Information on what an allergy is, what food intolerance is, if a childs special diet can be catered for and are nuts and nut derivatives used as part of the school lunch.

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Coins from above

Meal charges

How much a meal costs in a primary, secondary and special school.

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Free school meals

Information regarding free school meals

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Examples of food provided

New Starter Information Booklet

"Your School Meals" information booklet

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