Lunchtimes and Breaktimes

We are a nut free school – please see below for more information

School Lunches

School meals are provided by Food for Thought (Merseyside) Ltd  which is a unique ‘not for profit’ healthy school meals caterer.  The company is owned and managed by its partner schools with any surplus created being re-invested in our local community schools. 


Food For Thought – Parent Carer Information Pack

We would like to thank Food for Thought for the grant received to enable the school to create a sensory room in Key Stage 1. 

Pupils may choose to take a cooked meal or bring their own packed lunch to school.                                         

At Gwladys Street Community Primary and Nursery School, we provide freshly prepared and cooked meals daily on the premises. 

The cost of a school meal for pupils in Key Stage 2 is £2.00 per day (£10.00 per week) and is required to be paid in advance.  However, if your child is in Foundation Stage 2 (Reception), Year 1 or Year 2, your child is automatically entitled to a universal offer of a free school meal. Please do not confuse this with the ‘Free School Meal’ entitlement if you are on certain benefits (more information about this can be found below). 

Parents can make payments online via ParentPay 

All children have access to water throughout the day, milk is also provided at lunchtimes free of charge. 

Packed Lunch

Pupils who bring in packed lunches should have a suitable container containing a cold meal, hot meals are not allowed as we are unable to meet food standards regulations in regards to temperature control.  If you provide grapes, these MUST be cut in half. 

Please note;                                                                                                                                                                     

  • Please ensure that all containers are marked with the child’s name and class.
  • Glass bottles or canned drinks should not be brought into school.
  • We are a NUT FREE school. Any products containing nuts are not allowed on the premise. 
  • No chewing gum or sweets. 

If you require more information about anaphylaxis and nut allergies please visit the website below.  You can also find additional information on this fact sheet. This will give you a list of foods containing certain nuts. 


These foods often contain peanuts or tree nuts (Please always check the ingredients on the back of the product)
• satay sauce
• pesto sauce
• marzipan and praline
• salads and dressings
• multicultural cuisines (especially Thai, Indian and Chinese)
• vegetarian dishes such as nut loaf and nut roast
• vegetarian and vegan products
• gluten-free alternatives
• cakes, breads, biscuits and pastries
• muesli and granola
• cereal bars
• chocolates and other confectionery
• ice cream and desserts
• snack foods
• Peanut shoots – these look similar to bean sprouts

Is your child entitled to a Free School Meal?

Follow this link below and complete the online form or come to our office and complete a form and we will do the rest for you.

You will need your National Insurance Number or your Asylum Seekers Number

Free School Meal Application Form


School lunch menu

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Break Time at Gwladys Street

At Gwladys Street, we provide children with FREE fruit in Key Stage 1, Nursery and Reception (EYFS)

In Key Stage 2 we endeavour to provide a healthy snack for pupils to purchase each day.  The cost of a piece of fruit is 20p per day.

Five a Day School Scheme

During breaktimes and lunchtimes, we provide a range of activities to engage our pupils. 

This can include;

  • A range of equipment
  • Poddely construction equipment
  • Timetabled football, basketball and other ball games
  • Access to the Hall for dancing at breaktimes