We provide more than 4.8 million school meals each year. Every menu is nutritionally analysed to ensure it provides the correct healthy balance every growing child needs.
Menus have been designed to ensure the pupils receive the essential nutrients and vitamins with increased fruit, vegetables, and fibre. Less red and red processed meat and less food containing high amounts of fat, sugar and salt.
Our menus reflect seasonal changes, allowing the pupils to enjoy different foods that are in season.
All meals meet the New Nutritional Requirements for Food and Drink in Schools (Scotland) Regulations 2020. Fresh drinking water is available with all meals. Pupils wishing to buy milk at lunchtime can purchase at a cost of 29p.
To comply with allergen legislation, all our schools have information regarding the 14 declarable allergens and display posters in the dining room directing anyone with an allergy to the Cook in Charge. In addition, allergen information on every meal served in our schools can be downloaded from our Primary school menu - allergens and nutrition and Secondary school menu - allergens pages.
If your child has any cultural dietary needs including Halal, please fill in the Halal special diet request form from the school office.
If your child has any dietary needs, food allergies, or intolerances please pick up an Adapted, medically prescribed diet, or intolerance registration form at your child's school. See further information on the Adapted diets page.
To comment on school meals you can email us at GoFreshClub@southlanarkshire.gov.uk or complete and post/email the primary schools Go Fresh Club school meals comments card or Secondary school meals comments card.
- School lunches
- Nutritional information
- Primary schools
- Secondary schools
- Food pledge
- Free school meals
- Adapted diets
- Theme days
- Kids Kitchen cookery classes
- Fusion mobile app for secondary school pupils
- 14 nutritional standards for Primary Schools
- 14 nutritional standards for Secondary Schools
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