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School Meals

Our school lunches are delicious! 

At Stillington School our hot lunches are freshly prepared and cooked on site by our own cook from NYES Catering service.


We follow a healthy eating policy, with 75% of our food produced daily in the school kitchen. We provide:

  • fresh meat and poultry sourced from the region and Red Tractor approved
  • free-range eggs and sustainably caught fish
  • a menu that is fully compliant to the School Food Standards
  • fruit and vegetables sourced regionally where possible using local suppliers to promote local businesses and reduce our carbon footprint
  • products free from additives associated with health problems in young children
  • a menu that is nutritionally analysed, as well as being checked by a registered nutritionist
  • information and menu guidance on any specific dietary requirements any staff or pupils may have
  • fats free from hydrogenated oils
  • menus that are nutritionally balanced

You can view our school meals food policy here


Click here to view our current menu.

Click here for healthy packed lunch advice


In addition to the universal free school meals for key stage one pupils, free school meals are available to children whose parents receive certain benefits. Please follow the link below, or speak to Mrs Heather Mensah in the school office.

Free school meals | North Yorkshire Council 

Our school is allergy aware

We do ask that parents avoid sending items to school which contain nuts and appreciate your support with this matter. As stated by Allergy UK,  “We do not recommend a ‘no nut policy’ in schools, as it is not possible to guarantee and enforce a nut free zone, as staff cannot monitor all lunches and snacks brought in from home. A free from environment creates a false sense of security and does not safely prepare children for environments where nuts may be present. The school would need to consider other children with different food allergies and it is not practical to restrict them all. Therefore, the school should have procedures in place to minimise risk of reaction via cross contamination.”

Please see our Allergy Awareness Policy here.


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