Kings Road, Walsall, West Midlands WS4 1JJ
All of the food prepared on site conforms to the new Food Standards, both cooked lunches and lunch box options.
For a guide to the new Food Standards please click this link.
To help you see what tasty lunches we have on offer, below is our new summer menu. Remember, all year groups are on a rota system to ensure fairness. To find out more about how our balanced meals are designed, click here to read Local Authority information or above for the Government Food Standards.
Click here for our new summer menu.
Click here for a monthly dinner slip.
Our fantastic lunch team.
They make our wonderful school dinners fresh, on site, every day.
Radleys Primary School
A Guide for our Parents/Carers
Keeping your child healthy, on the outside and inside, is important to us all.
Please also see our Packed Lunches Policy, which can be found under the 'Policies' tab.
It is just as important to ensure that your child has a healthy packed lunch, but it can be tricky. By using the guide below you can see how to ensure that your child is eating a balanced meal that is guaranteed to keep them healthy.
The UK government has produced packed lunch guidance to support the implementation of new school food standards for school lunches that came into effect in January 2015. The aim is to ensure that all our children benefit from eating quality food during the school day, in order to promote long-term health. Go to the 'Parents', 'Useful Information' and 'Policies' tabs to view our Whole School Food and Healthy Eating policies, which detail Radleys rules and expectations.
To promote healthy eating habits and help us to meet the new standards, with immediate effect, the guidelines for lunches, including lunchboxes, are listed below:
A quick overview: a round of sandwiches or a roll or crackers (e.g. with either cheese, ham/beef/chicken/turkey or fish on), a piece of fruit/ some raw vegetables or a handful nuts and a yoghurt or fromage frais would make an ideal packed lunch.
Stuck for ideas? Is your child a fussy eater?
Click here for some healthy lunch box ideas for children from 5 - 11.