Skip to content ↓

Warboys Primary Academy

Moving Forward Together
To Develop Confident, Independent Learners


The school outsource the running of the kitchen to the Lunchtime Co.

A hot meal is prepared daily and cooked on the premises. The Lunchtime Co aim to produce healthy, balanced, well-presented meals as an integral part of our Healthy School agenda.

Lunchtime Co Summer Term Menu

School dinners cost £2.30 daily

Menus are available in advance so that you can help your children with their choice of food for the week ahead. Please ensure your child's menu sheets are back in school by Friday morning to ensure they receive their choices. We ask that parents book and pay for meals in advance using Parentpay. Parentpay can be set up by contacting the school office and we have more information on our ParentPay Page.

All Foundation and Key Stage 1 children are now entitled to a free school meal.  No special form needs to be filled in but children still need to fill in their menu choices.

Your child may be entitled to Free School meals and we would encourage you to apply if you think this may be the case. For more information you can contact Cambridgeshire County Council:

Education Welfare Benefits Service at
Box No. CC1206
Castle Court
Shire Hall

Telephone: 01223 703 200, email

Alternative you can apply online or download the documents below:

Apply online at Cambridgeshire County Council

Packed Lunches

Facilities are available for children who wish to bring packed lunches. As we are a Healthy School, we encourage you to pack a healthy lunch for your child. Please could you kindly take note of the following points:

  • Please mark the lunch container with your child's name and class;
  • Please do not send tinned foods or sweets;
  • No cutlery is provided, if this is needed please enclose it;
  • No glass containers, fizzy or hot drinks;
  • Please try to avoid products that contain nuts.

Lunchtime Supervision

At lunchtime children are looked after by a team of Midday Supervisors led by a Co-ordinator. We run activities at lunchtime to encourage children to develop cooperative and inclusive play. We have a range of play equipment and run a playground friends project, where older pupils run activities for the younger children. We also have some Intervention activities that run to support those children who find a whole hour of independent play more challenging.