School Lunches

Lunch menu week beginning 19th August

There are no longer paper copies of the school menu. You can link to the Aberdeen City menu here to see the full three week cycle.

Week 1 menu – 19th August and weeks beginning 9th September and 30th September

Monday 19th August – In-Service Training. Children do not attend school.
Tuesday 20th August – In-Service Training. Children do not attend school.
Wednesday 21st August
  • Ham Sandwiches with Salad Bar Accompaniments
  • Baked Asian Style Honey Chicken
  • Baked Potato with Cheese
    with Noodles, Sweetcorn and Broccoli
  • Surprise Sponge & Custard
Thursday 22nd August
  • Traditional Mince
  • Freshly Made Frittata
  • Homemade Vegetarian Sausage Roll
    with Mashed Potatoes, Spaghetti Hoops, Carrots and Salad Bowl
  • Jelly Jewels with Fruit
Friday 23rd August
  • Tuna Mayonnaise Sandwiches with Salad Bar Accompaniments
  • Shredded Pork in Gravy Filled Yorkie
  • 4 Cheese Ravioli in Tomato Sauce
    with Roast Potatoes, Vegetable Medley and Salad Bowl
  • Shortcake

Pupils in P1 – P3 are entitled to a free school lunch. The cost for other pupils is £2.20 each day and this is now added electronically to pupils’ ‘Kidz Card’ accounts. Aberdeen City Council sent letters about this to all families and parents should use the unique ID for their child to top up payments please.

If parents prefer to continue to send in cash, please pay for 10 meals at a time and send in £22 in an envelope with your child’s name on it. Parents can collect envelopes for this purpose from the school office.

Please check this leaflet to see if your family is entitled to free school meals. WEB_Free_School_Meals_leaflet You can get a hard copy of the leaflet from the school office. Please ask any member of staff for more information. We are here to help you. By opting in to free school meals not only will your child receive nutritional benefits but also learning benefits.

For every pupil from Primary 1 to S3 that registers for free meals the school will also receive £1,200 through Pupil Equity Funding (PEF).  This funding can be used towards a wide range of initiatives to support achievement, such as breakfast clubs, lunchtime games, counselling services and numeracy and literacy resources.The funding will help those who face barriers to their learning due to the impact of poverty.

You can click this link to the Aberdeen City School Meals page for more information about school meals. Packed lunches for school trips are available to order.