School lunches for pupils attending St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School are provided by Go! Catering. With an industrial kitchen located less than half a mile from the school site, Go! Catering are able to provide lunches that are freshly prepared and cooked on daily basis.
Producing over 500,000 children’s meals across the last 9 years has helped the Go! Catering team to gain a clear understanding of children’s and parents’ expectations when it comes to providing high quality, healthy school lunches.
A good school lunch consist of a substantial and healthy main meal such as a roast dinner, pasta bolognaise or curry dish, with access to fresh salad items as a complement. This is followed by a daily dessert such as flapjack, cake or mousse.
Every child registered for school lunches will receive a meal based on their individual dietary requirements including allergies or intolerances with a vegetarian alternative provided daily.
✓ School lunches that are freshly prepared and cooked each day, before being delivered to the school from our dedicated industrial kitchen less than half a mile away.
✓ An environmentally friendly approach with the daily cooking of meals completely removing the requirement for storage in plastic and other packaging waste.
✓ Menus that are carefully planned to be nutritionally balanced with the aim of keeping children fuller for longer and ready to learn throughout the afternoon.
✓ Lunches that children can look forward to, using our previous experience to provide meals has provided us with a real sense of what children enjoy.
For children in Key Stage 1 (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2), school lunches are entirely free of charge, due to funding via the government’s Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM) scheme.
For children in Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6), school lunches can be provided at a cost of £2.50 per day.
If you wish to register your child for school lunches, please book now following the link below.
Alternatively, if you have any questions or require support, you can contact Go! Catering’s office via telephone on 01444 411388 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org