Worsthorne Primary School Lunches

Serving fantastic lunches everyday! All menus are planned to comply with School Food Standards and all new dishes are tested by children. Our meat is Red Tractor Farm Assured, our fish is MSC certified, our eggs are free-range Lion brand and we also use a number of organic products throughout the menu. There is always fresh fruit and salad, bread and locally produced yoghurt available daily.

 

To make the most of seasonal produce we change our menus a minimum of twice a year.

Whilst every effort is made to produce the published menus, please note that they may vary occasionally subject to availability and individual school requirements. All our menus are checked using a recognised programme to analyse nutrition. We also work with Lancashire Healthy Schools and support the Change 4 Life campaign. The result is a menu your child will enjoy and that will prepare them for learning in the afternoon.

Our aim is to produce healthy and nutritious meals with menus which positively influence the food choices of our children and young people, always considering where the food we put on our plates comes from and how it was produced.

Lunch Menu Week ONE

MONDAY
Pork or Veggie Sausages
Potatoes & Veg
Four Cheese Ravioli & Tomato Sauce
Garlic Dough Balls and Salad
Soft Sandwich Roll – Choice of filling
Tortilla Chips, Veg sticks and dip

TUESDAY
Crispy Fish Finger Burger
Potato Wedges and Veg
Sweet Chilli Quorn and Veggie Noodles
Mini Vegetable Spring Rolls
Cheese and Tomato French Bread Pizza
Potato Wedges and Veg

WEDNESDAY
Roast Beef, Yorkshire Pudding & Gravy
Roast Potatoes and Veg
Pasta Arrabbiata
Garlic Bread and Salad
Baked Jacket Potato with Cheese and Beans
Fresh Salad Selection

THURSDAY
Home Chicken Curry
Mixed Rice and Naan Bread
Veggie Meatball Marinara Sub Roll
Tortilla Chips and Salad
Free Range Cheese Omelette
Herby Diced Potatoes and Veg

FRIDAY
Crispy Tempura Fish Goujons
Chips or Potatoes & Peas
Mini Sandwich Rolls & Veggie Sausage Roll
Tortilla Chips, Veg Sticks and Dip
Homemade Pizza Margherita
Chips or Potatoes and Sweetcorn

Lunch Menu Week TWO

MONDAY
Tomato & Mascarpone Pasta
Garlic Dough Balls and Veg
Vegetarian Brunch
Hash Brown and Beans
Baked Jacket Potato with Baked Beans
And Fresh Salad

TUESDAY
Chilli Beef and Veggie Tortilla Boat
Potatoes and Salad
Lancashire Cheese Whirl
and Peas
Soft Sandwich Roll with Choice of Filling
Tortilla Chips, Veg Sticks and Dip

WEDNESDAY
Roast Chicken, Stuffing & Gravy
Potatoes and Veg
Vegetable Korma Curry
Mixed Rice and Naan Bread
French Bread Pizza with Ham

THURSDAY
British Beef/Quorn Burger and Tomato Ketchup
Potato Wedges and Veg
Veggie Tomato and Pasta Bake
Garlic Brad and Veg
Jacket Potato with Tuna Mayo
Fresh Salad

FRIDAY
Crispy Battered Fish
Chips or Potatoes and Peas
Homemade Pizza Margherita
Chips or Potatoes and Salad
Vegetarian Sausage Roll
Chips or Potatoes and Baked Beans

Lunch Menu Week THREE

MONDAY
BBQ Chicken Flatbread
Potato Wedges and Veg
Pasta Neapolitan
Garlic Dough Balls and Salad
Crispy Bubble Coated Salmon
Potato Wedges and Veg

TUESDAY
Meatball Sub Roll with Tomato Sauce
Tortilla Chips, Veg Sticks and Dip
Quorn Tikka Masala Curry
Mixed Rice and Naan Bread
Baked Jacket Potato with Baked Beans
and Salad

WEDNESDAY
Roast Pork, Stuffing & Gravy
Roast Potatoes and Veg
Creamy Cheese and Pasta Bake
Garlic Bread and Salad
Soft Sandwich Roll with a Choice of Filling
Tortilla Chips, Veg Sticks and Dip

THURSDAY
Chinese Style Chicken Curry
Veggie Noodles and a Mini Spring Roll
Vegetarian Sausage in a Bun
Herby Potatoes and Veg
French Bread Pizza with Ham
Tortilla Chips and Salad

FRIDAY
Golden Crumb Fish Fingers
Chips or Potatoes and Peas
Homemade Pizza Margherita
Chips or Potatoes and Sweetcorn
Mini Sandwich Rolls and Veggie Sausage Roll
Tortilla Chips, Veg Sticks and Dip

Parent and pupil information

Our aim is to produce healthy and nutritious meals with menus which positively influence the food choices of our children and young people, always considering where the food we put on our plates comes from and how it was produced.

Free school meals

How to claim:

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 all qualify for a free school meal (Universal Infant Free School Meal) worth up to £418 per year, per child; you do not need to apply for this, simply contact your child’s primary school.

Year 3 and above

For school pupils in Year 3 and above they could qualify for a free school meal if you receive:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • The guaranteed element of Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)
  • Working Tax Credit run-on – paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit – if you apply on or after 1 April 2018 your household income must be less than £7,400 a year (after tax and not including any benefits you get)
Special diets and allergens

Special diets are diets for pupils with a medically diagnosed requirement; not just a dislike of certain foods or food groups. It is our policy to provide a service for those pupils with medically diagnosed food allergies, food intolerance’s or a medical condition which affects eating requirements.

Please contact your school office in the first instance to inform them of your child’s requirements.

For more information on our allergen policies please see the attached documents:

Primary school allergen and special diet policy