Lordship Lane Primary School

A Love of Learning and the Perseverance to Succeed

School Meals

School Meals at Lordship Lane

Our healthy and delicious school meals are freshly cooked on site by our catering team led by head chef Moises.  We have a rotating menu (available below) so that our children can enjoy a wide range of meals, including a daily vegetarian option. In addition to their main meal, we provide children with fruit and, on occasions, delicious sweet treats too.


All meat served at Lordship Lane is Halal and a Halal certificate can be found below. If your child has specific dietary requirements, please let us know and we will try to meet their needs.

Paying for School Meals

Children in our Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes do not have to pay for lunch as we receive funding from the Government under the  Universal Infant Free School Meals grant.  The charge for key stage 2 children is currently £2.50 per day, which should be paid via ParentPay. Please see the office if you need help with using ParentPay.


Free School Meals

If you receive certain benefits, your child may be entitled to Free School Meals. This will mean that, if your child is in key stage 2, you will not have to pay for school meals at all. If you are eligible, we would encourage you to apply for Free School Meals even if your child is in reception, year 1 or year 2 because the school receives additional funding for every child who receives them.


Click here to check if you might be eligible to claim Free School Meals. If you think you may be eligible, the application form is below.





At Lordship Lane we take allergies to foods very seriously.  We have worked closely with an Allergen Management Company to identify which of the main allergens can be found in our meals.  Below you will find the allergen matrix for our school's menu.  If you would like to discuss anything relating to allergens, please arrange a meeting with our Head Chef via the School Business Manager:


Please note: Cross contamination can happen in any kitchen, if your child suffers from an allergy, it is very important that you let the office know so that the kitchen staff are aware when serving your child lunch.