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School Meals

School meals at Fallings Park Primary School are provided by Shire Services.

Shire Services Provides:

  • High Quality Food

  • Increased choice – including a Deli Bar option for KS2 students

  • Children with special dietary needs catered for

  • Flexibility – parents can chose on the day whether their child has a school dinner.



All school meals cost just £2.40 per day.

If your child is entitled to Universal Free School Meals (all Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 students) or means tested Free School Meals a free school meal will provided for your child.


Meal Payments

School use School Comms for all school meal payments, working towards making the school a cash free environment.


Free School Meals


To apply for benefits-related Free School Meals (FSM), please speak to the school office.


You will need to provide the school with:

  • your full name

  • date of birth

  • and National Insurance (NI) number or National Asylum Support Service (NASS) reference number


We will then share your details with the City of Wolverhampton Council. They check eligibility using a secure Government website.


If you are found eligible, we will let you know.


If you have No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF), you will need to complete an application form and provide additional evidence to the school.

Schools receive valuable Government funding (Pupil Premium) for every child registered for FSM. Even if your child chooses not to eat school meals, we would still encourage you to register.

Registering for FSM also entitles children to access the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme during Christmas, Easter and Summer school holidays.

Further information can also be found on the following link:



​School milk will cost £12.00.

Any milk payments need to be made through School Comms.

If your child is entitled to free school meals, your child will receive milk automatically. Please note if your child is registered for the Universal Infant Free School Meals they are not entitled to free milk and will still need to pay the £12.00 charge.

As part of our pledge to be healthy, children are asked to drink water or sugar free drinks with their dinner. High sugar drinks are not allowed in school. The water provided by the school at dinner time does come from our water filter/cooler, however children are allowed to bring their own bottled water if they prefer.

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