School Meal Provision
Welcome to lunchtime at Reigate Priory!
Our school lunches are provided by Twelve15 who aim to make lunchtime an enjoyable experience for all pupils.
Working with the challenges that the building and kitchen present in this amazing property, we have developed an improved quality and style of service, bespoke to the students at Reigate Priory.
Every day we provide two hot offers, including a vegetarian option, and a third, cold deli option. Once they have selected their dish of the day, students will then visit the extensive salad bar to complete the lunchtime offer. Both the salad bar and our freshly made bread are freely available for students to help themselves to. For dessert, we offer a selection which includes fruit, yoghurt, cheese & biscuits and of course if they so wish, a daily baked delight which have been developed using reduced sugar recipes.
Please click below for our fortnightly menu options:
Allergens and Special Diets
Allergen data is available for all of the dishes that we serve.
If your child has any specialised dietary needs please contact the School Office for a Special Diet Notification Form. The School will review the dietary requirements with Twelve15 and you will be contacted within two weeks if there are any issues they wish to discuss.
Please be aware that we are unable to provide a meal until the full process of application for a special diet is completed and that it is your responsibility to update the school of any changes in the dietary requirements for your child.
Payment for school meals
Payment for School Meals, like other school related transactions is via Wisepay. Parents/carers who are eligible for Income Support, Income Based Job Seeker’s Allowance and Child Tax Credit (not Working Tax Credit) can claim free school meals. Please contact the School Office, if you wish to apply.
For children who prefer to have packed lunch, please remember we are a NUT FREE school due to the increasing number of children susceptible to allergic reactions. We ask parents/carers to check ingredients of common playtime snacks and packed lunch items for allergens that are not immediately obvious.
We encourage children to bring home all packaging and waste food. This helps reduce our rubbish and stops the squirrels scavenging in our dustbins!
Changing your child school meal provision
If your child wishes to switch from packed lunch to school meals or vice versa you will need to contact the School Office and give two weeks notice of the change.
Without written notification, where children change from school meals to packed lunches, parents/carers will be charged for the interim period, as meals have to be ordered in advance.