West Croft School

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School Dinners


Free School Meals Update.

With the recent announcement that Government will now be extending the support to families, if your financial situation has changed and you think you may now qualify for Free School Meals, please contact Devon County Council. It is a very simple process and you are likely to get an immediate response.

Please be aware that even though you may not have to pay for your child's lunch because they are in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2, if you qualify for Free School Meals this means you will then receive the added support from Government through school holidays, and if we end up in a situation with closure of a bubble or the school has to close because of a local lockdown.

Please follow this link for more information and to make an application: 




Please click links below for latest dinner menus:

West Croft Menu Spring Term 2024

All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to receive free school meals.

All school dinners are prepared on site in our school kitchen.   


As well as the daily hot meal menu we also offer a selection of jacket potatoes or chicken wraps for children who would prefer this. These must be ordered in the class daily before 8.55 and children will need to identify themselves to kitchen staff when they collect their lunches.

Dinners are paid through the cashless payment system Parent Pay and cost £2.45 per day, £12.25 per week.

If you have issues with Parent Pay please let the school office know so they can help.. 


Healthy Tuck Shop


Fruit and vegetables form part of a healthy, balanced diet and it is recommended that children eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
Our school kitchen provides a daily healthy tuck shop during break times. KS2 pupils can purchase a variety of fresh fruit, healthy snacks and bottles of water ranging from 10p – 50p.

Our healthy tuck shop:

• Supports a whole school approach to healthy eating.
• Encourages healthy eating habits.
• Contributes to the future health of our children.
• Improves performance and behaviour.
• Contributes to a healthy immune system, reduces illness.
• Improves dental health due to the amount of sugar eaten.
• Shows parents/Carers we consider the health of their children to be important.