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School Meals

In the JC, prominent chef and food writer Denise Phillips named Wolfson Hillel one of her ‘food champions’, describing the School as an “example for every school on how to operate nutritious and successful school dinners.”

Our school meals are healthy, tasty and good value for money; all our food is prepared to rigorous nutritional standards.  We have consulted with the children on the menu choices.  We regulary review our ingredients to ensure that they contain minimum additives and no harmful products whilst ensuring that all products we serve are Kosher.  The school's kitchen is meaty and is supervised by the London Beth Din.

There are choices each day and where possible we cater to individual dietary requirements. We cater to children with allergies and intolerances through a shared partnership meeting with the parents to discuss the risks and any adjustments required to the menu.

The kitchen runs on a three week cycle, click the links below to see sample menus:

Lunches are paid half termly in advance.

Free School Meals can be received if the parent is receiving any of these:-  

Income Support;

Income-based Job Seeker’s Allowance;

Employment and Support Allowance (IR);

Assistance as an Asylum Seeker;

Child Tax Credit (provided that your annual income is less than £16,190), Working tax credit run-on, and the guaranteed part of Pension Credit and the child is attending a state maintained school.