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Snettisham Primary School

  • School Update - Reopening of School - 1st June 2020

    West Norfolk Academies Trust - of which Snettisham Primary School is part of - has today told parents that a provisional plan to reopen its primary schools on June 1 has been approved by Trustees.

Learning together, succeeding together

School Meals

Our school lunches are provided by Lunchtime Company.

Lunchtime Company 

School lunches are provided to us by Lunchtime Company

Lunchtime Company is a small, schools-only contract caterer, whose purpose is to integrate fabulous, individually tailored menu cycles, using excellent, local
ingredients, with a professional and friendly service in an environment that
encourages children to learn, love and eat together.

The Lunchtime Company is run by award-winning Master Chefs who will provide training and support to the kitchen staff.

All meals will be cooked from fresh ingredients every day, sourced locally (where possible within a 60 mile radius of the school), and prepared on-site.

Over the course of the academic year there will be various theme days, activities, cookery classes and charity events – these will be advertised around the school and on the website.

Lunchtime Company want to help children gain a real appreciation for good quality food, where it comes from, how it’s produced and why healthy food is important and  to make lunchtime the highlight of the day

Further information regarding Lunchtime Co. can be found on their website by following the links below:

Catering Staff 

Lunchtime Company, the kitchen staff and  the Executive Head Chef, WNAT, Mr Mark Johnson  work side by side to ensure that  a variety of meals using local and seasonal produce are produced, whilst  maintaining a balanced and healthy menu is provided to suit all tastes and dietary requirements of our children. 

The Executive Head Chef of West Norfolk Academies Trust and Lunchtime Co. will constantly develop  new and improved health conscious menus. 

School Lunch Menu - Weekly

The school lunch menu is on a 3 week rotation and full details of these can be found by clicking on the links below:

School Lunch Menu - Autumn/Spring

Please book your children's meals in advance. If you require assistance with this then please contact the school office.

Special Events - Lunch Menus

During the school year Lunchtime Co will be providing us with an additional menu to celebrate different occasions and events that happen throughout the school year.

If you require additional information or assistance then please contact the school office

For details of the Special Lunches please see below:

Pancake Day Dessert - 25th February 2020

World Book Day - NOW 4th March 2020 (Change of Date from 5th March 2020)

Mother Day - 23rd March 2020

Easter Lunch - 2nd April 2020


There is no need to pre book and the school packed lunch and Jacket potato option will also be available on those days.

Allergens and Dietary Requirements

If your child/children has any specific dietary  requirements then please completed the form below and return to the school. Lunchtime Co.  will then endeavour to accommodate their needs.

Lunchtime Co - Special Dietary Requirements - Request Form 

Universal Free School Meals

All pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are now entitled to a Free School lunch.

Parents of children paying for meals are asked to use the elctronic payment system - Parent Pay. For further information on how to log in click here.

If you are in receipt of Income Support or Income-Based Job Seeker’s Allowance then your children may be entitled to free meals.  Please obtain the necessary forms from the office.

Packed Lunches

We encourage the use of re-usable containers rather than plastic bags, foil, cling film etc.  We aim to have ‘waste’ free lunches.  To avoid confusion or loss, these meals should be properly packed and placed in a named plastic box.  Drinks should be in a plastic container that the children can open themselves.  Fizzy drinks, hot drinks or soup should not be brought into school.  Drinking water is always available and children are encouraged to bring their own for use in the classroom. During the lunch break, the children are expected to continue the same standard of behaviour set by members of the teaching staff whilst being supervised by ancillary staff.  There are four Midday Meals Supervisors.

With the exception of fresh fruit, ‘tuck’ is not allowed at break times.

Key Stage 1 are entitled to the government ‘free fruit scheme’, which is eaten during morning playtime.