Kelbrook Primary School, Barnoldswick

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25th June 19
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Meals, Free School Meals and Milk

Cool Milk



Milk is the ideal mid-morning drink for your child and for many it’s absolutely free.

School milk is…

FREE for children under the age of five.
FREE to children receiving or entitled to free school meals*.
Subsidised for all other children in primary education.

To register your child for school milk go to - 

For more information go to -


Our school provides dairy products subsidised by the European Union under the European school milk scheme.

Dinner Choices :  file (1258k)

Click above to see our dinner choices for the summer term.

School Meals


Our school lunch menu offers 3 choices per day with rotating weeks to ensure variety.

Lunches are £2.20 per day and are payable via the SchoolMoney payment system the following week.

Universal Free School Meals Information


All state-funded schools in England, including academies and free schools, will have a legal duty to offer free meals for all children in Reception to Year 2, under the Universal Infant Free School Meals policy. ... The scheme is expected to save parents about £400 per year per child.

Does your child qualify for Pupil Premium?


From September 2014, all pupils in Key Stage 1 in primary schools (Reception year, Year 1 and Year 2) qualified for a free school meal.

School will receive over £1000 from the Government for every pupil in the school who is eligible for free school meals.  This funding is called 'pupil premium' and can be used by the school to improve pupils' attainment.

Please register your eligibility - even if you don't want to take up the free meals - so that the school can access this extra funding.

To be eligible you must be receiving one of the benefits listed below:

  • Univeral Credit with a household income of less than £7,400 a year (after tax and not including any benefits you get)
  • Income-Based Jobseekers' Allowance
  • Income-Related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Child Tax Credit, not entitled to Working Tax Credit and household income less than £16,190
  • Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • Guarantee element of state pension Credit
  • Income Support
  • Working Tax Credit 'run-on' - the payment you receive for a futher four weeks after you finish work

If you are receiving one of the above benefits, please ring the Area Education Office on 01254 220714.  They can do an immediate online check for you.

They only require your name, date of birth and national insurance number to do this.

Please note, you still need to register your child with us even if you have an older child already attending school and receiving free school meals.