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At Leatherhead Trinity we endorse the importance of healthy food to nourish young minds, and offer nutritious school lunches.  Menus are rotated to ensure that meals are varied and interesting – as well as tasty. Special arrangements can be are made to suit children with particular dietary requirements. 


All pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are now entitled to receive a school lunch, through the introduction of the government's universal infant free school meals policy (known as complimentary meals). Please speak to our office for more information.

Packed lunches

At Leatherhead Trinity we believe that a healthy enjoyable packed lunch gives children the energy they need to learn and play at school.  Please click on the link below for information on how to provide a healthy lunch.

Themed lunches

Working alongside our kitchen staff we are able to offer lunches that are linked to special dates /events in the calendar year or the learning that the children are participating in.  In the past we have also covered themes such as:

  • The Hungry Caterpillar

  • Olympics

  • Golden Jubilee


Our themed lunches are becoming more and more popular which is great, If you would like more information on school dinners please pop into the office or click on the link below:


KS2  children who  normally have a school dinner  will automatically be offered one of these, however packed lunches, you will need to sign up using the relevant form.

Lunchtime News

The children have been making the most of our nice weather lately and been having lots of fun at lunchtimes. The children are very lucky as they have a wide variety of equipment to play with, a BIG thanks to FOLT as they have recently donated £1000 for outdoor equipment! They are enjoying the opportunity to play with a range of equipment, there are different zones within both of the playgrounds, the games within these zones are changed on a daily basis, the  different zones are ball, skipping, group games, dressing up, small world, MUGA and finally a quite zone.


Within KS1 we have introduced recently  a dressing up/role play area along with a small world area which has a  toy garage with cars and baby dolls with dressing up clothes. Each of the areas in KS1 have Helping Hands to assist the children and to encourage positive play.


You may have noticed the arrival of the logs in the playground these can be used for seating or for the children to walk along, a big thank you to  Mr King from HEDGESNTREES who very kindly supplied these for us.


Watch this space as we have many more exciting things planned for the playgrounds!


If you have any suggestions or ideas, I would love to hear them!

Thank you

Mrs Gale