Lunch Menus

School meals from 4th October 2021

If your child needs a special diet for medical reasons, you should pick up a medically prescribed diet registration form and send this with a letter from a medical professional confirming the details of the diagnosis to the school office.

For pupils wishing to access the Halal menu, then a cultural diet request form should be completed. 

For any pupils wishing to access the vegan or vegetarian menu, then a lifestyle request form should be completed.

Once you’ve submitted the appropriate form to the school office, you’ll be contacted by a member of the catering team to discuss your child’s dietary needs to ensure a suitable meal is provided.

Please note, it’s your responsibility to tell the school about changes in your child’s dietary needs.

The school has its own kitchen and meals are cooked on the premises.  A cashless cafeteria provides a choice of two types of meal – a pre-packed sandwich or baguette, yoghurt, baking, piece of fruit and juice or a two-course meal with a choice.  A tuck shop with fruit and home baking  is open at morning playtime and after each lunchtime in the dining-hall.  Special diets are available if required.

Parents are reminded that glass containers are forbidden in school and as lunch boxes can look very similar, please ensure that they are clearly labelled.  Parents are encouraged to supply an ice pack in lunch boxes.

Milk, both plain and flavoured, is available for all children who wish it, both at morning interval and lunchtime.

Eaglesham Primary is a Health Promoting School, having been assessed according to the criteria in the ‘Here’s Health’ document.  As such the ‘Here’s Health’ logo can be freely displayed on school letterhead.

Children of parents receiving Income Support are entitled to a free midday meal.  Information and application forms may be obtained from school, area and education offices.  Only those children whose parents receive support will be entitled to free milk.  A new application should be made each session preferably in April, for the following session.

Only pupils going home for lunch are permitted out of school grounds during the lunch break.


Facilities Management and Communications have recently put together a short video of a day in the life of school meals within primary.

The aim is to ensure parents and carers are aware of how the school meals service works and how they can ensure their child can access the service on a daily basis.

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