Lunch Menus

Please be aware, we do not allow fizzy drinks or energy drinks in school.

Our menus have been analysed and are fully compliant with the Welsh Government’s Healthy Eating in Schools (Nutritional Standards and Requirements) (Wales) Regulations.

For £2.20 per day, pupils receive a main meal, dessert and a cold drink of semi-skimmed milk or water.

As we have both Primary and Secondary age pupils in The Bridge, careful steps are taken to ensure that though the menu is "primary", quantities are increased to allow for secondary age pupils requiring larger meals.

Pupils can choose from two tasty hot meal options as well as selecting from our salad selections. Pupils can also "special order" wraps, baguettes and jacket potatoes daily.

Our menu is run on a 3-week rotational cycle ensuring variety and choice with a strong focus on fresh fruit, vegetables and salads. Our commitment to healthy eating is reflected in the products we use, with most containing reduced saturated fat, sugar and salt. Good practice ensures all foods are oven baked or steamed, except chips which are served only once a week on a Friday. Also available daily; fresh fruit, wholemeal bread, yoghurt, cheese & biscuits, ice cream, semi-skimmed milk and water.

A typical lunch

Allergy Information

If you would like your child to have a school meal at lunch time but are worried because they suffer with food allergy or food intolerance, a menu plan can be devised especially for your child (medical/dietetic confirmation will be required).


Our management team are nutritionally trained and can work with you, the parent, in preparing a menu that you and your child are happy with. We will then inform your child’s school and catering team of the allergy/intolerance and ensure the menu is delivered daily. 

Examples of our special diet menus: Dairy FreeEgg FreeGluten FreeNut Free

For more information, or if you would like to discuss your child’s needs, contact the Catering Services on 01656 815963 or email

Advice on healthy lunchboxes if your child brings their own food to school.

Nutritional Standards and Regulations