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National lockdown: Stay at home

Primary school menus

Chartwells continues to develop new recipes and source quality products from reputable and, where possible, local suppliers.

Children are offered choice and variety each and every day at lunch time.

Fresh vegetables, salad, yoghurt, fresh fruit platters and milk are available every day.

Costs

The current meal of the day includes main course, pudding and drink with prices that can vary from £2.10 to £2.30.

Please contact your school to get their price.

Please note: Schools do sell individual items during break time and lunch time.

Menu

Downloadable versions of the menus are now available in 2 types, the choice menu and the traditional menu:

If you require allergen information, please contact: grace.taylor@compass-group.co.uk

Ordering a menu

Menus are refreshed twice a year (Autumn/Winter, October half term and Spring/Summer, April Easter) and each time schools and parents are notified via communication from Chartwells teams.

If you would like a hard copy of the menu, please contact your school or e-mail: ChartwellsEnquires@compass-group.co.uk

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