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Council Services:

School - meals

The local educuation authority (LEA) is anxious to maintain the school meals service and aims to provide a midday meal for pupils which is attractive, nutritional and reasonably priced.

The lunch break is a social occasion and has its educational significance.

The menus in use by the School Meals Service are based on the nutritional guidelines laid down in the National Advisory Committee Report on Nutrition Education (NACNE) but at the same time offer popular items of food. The menus provide variety and there is control over the use of popular items of food and a choice of a “healthy” meal is available at all times.

A simple two-course menu is available in primary schools at a fixed price. In secondary schools there is a choice of a two-course meal, or snack, first course or desert only. A school meal is available to all pupils other than part-time nursery pupils.

Pupils bringing sandwiches

Provision is made at school for pupils who choose to bring their own food. They are provided with beakers, plates and drinking water.


A third of a pint of milk is provided daily, free of charge (i) to pupils under the age of 7 (ii) to pupils in Special Schools (iii) to any pupil of primary age who requires milk on medical grounds and in respect of whom a certificate has been submitted by the School Medical Officer.

Please follow the link below to view the current primary school menu.

More information about good food in Anglesey’s schools

Our primary objective for catering within the Isle of Anglesey is to provide pupils, staff and visitors with a choice of homemade, nutritious and well balanced meals, using the best and freshest produce available. Menus will reflect the requirements and tastes of pupils school uptake will be continually monitored to ensure the menu choices encourage the highest levels of uptake.

three week menu cycle will be changed seasonally, three times a year.

Contact Education Service

Education Service
Department of Lifelong Learning
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Main reception: (01248) 750 057
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