Horsenden Primary School's school meals are provided by Harrison Catering.
Harrison Catering is an independent family business which was awarded the Soil Association's Food for Life Bronze Catering Mark.
School meals must be paid for before the meals are eaten. The price of school meals is £2.35 per meal (£11.75 per week). We have a one day rule which means that you are not allowed to be in debt for school meals by more than £2.35 (i.e cost of a meal for one day). If you are in debt for more than one day, your child will not be given school meal and you must provide a packed lunch.
If you have recently joined Horsenden Primary School, you need to register your child's details with Harrison Catering. To register your child's details or make payments for school meals, please click here. You can also make payment to Harrisons over the phone on 0208 280 0312/0318/0319.
If you think you may be entitled to Free School Meals, please scroll down the page for more information.
Lunch Menu - Autumn 2019
Free School Meals
Your child may be eligible for free school meals if you receive one of the following:
- Income support,
- Income related employment and support allowance,
- Job seekers allowance (income based),
- Child tax credit,
- Universal credit or
- Pension credit with child tax credit and have an annual income of less than £16,190 (and not in receipt of working tax credit)
- Or if you are assisted by the National asylum support service (NASS).
Parents who receive job seekers allowance or employment and support allowance which is contribution based,
working tax credit or other benefits are not eligible for free school meals.
If you believe you may be entitled to free school meals and need assistance with your application,
please speak to Mrs Metcalf in the School Office, who will be able to assist you.
Universal Infant free school meals
Universal infant free school meals are available for all pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. This initiative has been developed with the purpose of aiding child development, supporting academic performance and improving levels of healthy eating.