School Meals

school dinners, a plate with peas and a jacket potato and carrots

The school meal service provides a range of nutritious and freshly cooked meals. Menus for each day are displayed in the parent’s notice boards around the school. The cost of school meals are £2.15 for Infants and £2.20 for Juniors per day.

We ask that money be sent to school in a marked envelope with the child’s name, class and the amount of money sent. Cheques should be made payable to Conwy County Borough Council.

The Local Education Authority offer free meals to children whose parents are receiving Income Support/Job Seekers Allowance (income based). If you think your child is eligible for free school meals, please collect a claim form from the main office.

Packed Lunches

Children who do not have a school meal may bring a packed lunch.

Please ensure that packed lunches are brought to school in a secure container labelled with your child’s name, and with appropriate food hygiene precautions taken.

Water is available, but you may wish to supply a drink. In the interest of health and safety, we would ask that children do not bring fizzy drinks or sweets.

Snack time

You may wish your child to have a mid-morning snack. We welcome fruit and vegetables but we ask you not to send your child with chocolate, sweets, crisps or chewing gum.
Foundation pupils are offered milk daily at snack time. The school runs a tuck shop where all pupils can purchase fruit for 30p a day. Please respect our policy on healthy eating!

fford dyffryn school with mountains in the background and a playground in the foreground