Stanley Road, London, N15 3HD
0208 889 8421
Welcome to our school
Our school catering service is provided by Taylor Shaw, the school caterer of choice for thousands of primary pupils across the UK. They have provied the information below to help parents get the most from school catering options.
Our school menu is appetising, nutritious, balanced, and designed to encourage children to enjoy food, learn, play, and grow. Lunch is an integral part of the school day and something all children should look forward to. Taylor Shaw’s dedicated catering team ensures the dining hall is a welcoming and happy place for your child.
Our menus meet the Government’s School food standards and the bronze Food for Life standards.
Taylor Shaw’s dietitians ensure our menus are nutritionally sound, shaping recipes to ensure they meet the School Food Standards and standards set by Public Health England for salt and free sugar.
Our menu includes a wide variety of options to suit all tastes based on feedback from pupils, staff, the catering team, and parents and guardians. We run a three-week menu cycle that changes twice a year.
Managing Allergies & Other Medical Diets
Taylor Shaw’s dietitians and catering team work together and follow a robust process, so you can feel reassured that whenever safely possible, an alternative menu will be provided. All their staff receive allergy training annually, and whenever there’s an update to allergen laws.
The Allergy Menus - A Guide for Parents contains further information about the medical diet process and includes the medical diet request form.
Please print off this form, complete it and return to school. If you don’t have access to a printer please contact the school.
About Our Food
Our menu is sourced responsibly and uses:
Eat & Learn
We encourage pupils to learn about food through our food education program which includes fun-themed events, assemblies, and displays with messaging around health and wellbeing.
Eating a School Lunch is Better for Your Child
Did you know only 1% of packed lunches meet the nutritional standards that currently apply to school food. 5 reasons school lunches are better:
Free School Meals
Reception Class, Year 1 or Year 2
Your child will be able to get universal free school meals if they’re in a government-funded school and in reception class, year 1 or year 2.
Year 3 & above
Your child may be able to get free school meals if you get any of the following:
Children who get paid these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian, can also get free school meals. Your child may also get free school meals if you get any of these benefits and your child is both. Find out how to apply on your local authority’s website.
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