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Children have lunch in our school hall and a team of Midday Supervisors look after them.

Children can bring a packed lunch or buy a hot meal.

We offer a vegetarian choice of hot meal every day.

Packed lunches

If your child has a packed lunch, you may find these healthy lunch box ideas useful.

The Eatwell Guide is also a useful reference to help you provide healthy, balanced lunchboxes.

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You can also sign up to the NHS for 'Healthy Steps' emails which will offer helpful advice on reducing sugar, cooking together and including 5 a day for your family.

Healthy Steps email setup

Please do not include fizzy drinks, chocolate or sweets in packed lunch boxes.

Lunchbox Policy

Hot meals

We operate a ‘cashless’ system. Parents can book and pay for their child to have a cooked meal via ParentPay.

KS1 meals are free

KS2 meals are £2.85

Children make their hot meal choice at morning registration.

Our school meals are provided by Chartwells. 

The current dinner menu is available here: 

Free school meals 

Free school meals are available to pupils whose parents receive certain benefits.

If you think you might be eligible then please contact the school office who can advise you on how to apply.

Lunchtime drinks

Water and milk are available in the dining hall at lunchtime.  


Harbour Primary & Nursery School participate in the 5 A DAY school fruit and vegetable scheme, which entitles all children aged three to six to a free piece of fruit or vegetable each school day. 

All children are encouraged to bring fruit for a mid morning snack. 

No biscuits, chocolate or such items are permitted. 

Please do not send your child to with any nut based products.

Special diets

If your child has a dietary requirement and needs an adapted medical diet please complete the medical dietary section on your child's Arbor App.

Please also inform the school office so that teaching staff can also be made aware of the requirements.

School Milk

Every child under the age of five years is entitled to a daily third of a pint of milk free. 

Children aged five and over can participate in the Cool Milk scheme. Milk is distributed to the children mid-morning in cartons with a straw.