Leopold Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 4AW

0113 336 8433

Holy Rosary And St Anne's Catholic Primary School

Excellence & Enjoyment Together in God's Love

School Meals & Milk

Parents who make a new claim for universal credit can apply for free school meals by completing the online form on the LCC website: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/residents/council-tax-and-benefits/free-school-meals
In addition to free school meals, the Council will also assess entitlement for council tax support (help with council tax) on a successful universal credit award. Parents can also request further support with food by contacting the Council’s Local Welfare Support scheme telephone 0113 376 0330.

Please find enclosed the School Meal Menu from March’21

Please find enclosed our school meal menu option for March 2021-The plans for the New Year are as follows:
1-Nursery, Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 will dine in the school hall-Full hot service will be provided-The children will dine using plates/knifes & forks with the option of a Hot Meal, sandwich and hot pudding-
The Government fund all children in Reception, Year 1 & 2 to receive a school meal so please leave those lunch boxes at home and encourage your child to have a school meal.
Year 3, 4, 5 & 6-The same menu is available rather than just grab bags (that have been offered to date) the school will be able to provide the Hot Meal in a takeaway container for your child to eat in class.
This will be under review as we risk assess the movement, cleaning and service during the Spring half-term.
Our long-term aim will be to serve all children in the dining hall.
Any questions or queries regarding school meals do not hesitate to contact me
Mrs Coyle
School Business Manager


 School meals are £2.40 per pupil per day=£12.00 per week

Payments can be paid on-line through School Money please contact the office for your unique PIN number.

Free meals to all pupils in Reception, Year 1, & Year 2

Please advise the office if your child changes their meal option to sandwiches or if you need any advise on how to claim for free school meals.


If your child has any allergies or medical dietary needs-please contact the school for a form to complete-we will work with you and Catering Leeds to devise a special menu to suit your child’s needs.

Please note this is not required for any Religious or Food choices eg. Vegetarian, Halal or No Pork options-we will provide your child with an option on the current School Menu

1-Special Dietary Needs-we will require a medical note

2-Complete the enclosed form to return to school

Special Dietary Needs Request Form

Parents Guidance 

3-Once confirmed your child will be provided with a lanyard to wear during meal times to ensure all staff are aware of any allergies

4-Please ensure you provide the school with an updated Epipen plan if applicable

Information regarding Free School Meals

Parents charged council tax

Parents who are charged council tax at their address who wish to claim FSM should make a claim using the online standard application form online form.

This is so that both their council tax support and FSM application can be processed at the same time. Also claiming council tax support allows us access to the same systems we used when checking for Housing Benefit claims, resulting in speedier decisions on their application for FSM.

Parents not charged council tax

Those parents who are not charged council tax and are only claiming for FSM (for example parents who are not the lead tenant at the address or parents who live outside of Leeds but whose children attend a Leeds school) should send the FSM only application form, a copy of which is attached.

Parents can hand their FSM claim forms into any One Stop Centre or send them to the following address:

Welfare & Benefits (FSM Claims)

Leeds City Council
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Healthy Eating at Home

Follow the enclosed resources that supported the Food for Life booklets sent home:





School Milk


Dear Parent/Carer

School Milk Is Available For ALL Children

If your child is currently under 5, we’re delighted to confirm that we have arranged for them to receive free milk at school, funded by the UK Government’s Nursery Milk Scheme.

When your child turns 5 or if they are already over 5, you have the option to pay for their milk. We have made arrangements with the UK’s leading school milk supplier, Fresh Pastures, to supply milk at a subsidised cost of just 0.20 per day.

What you need to do:

 Visit www.freshpastures.com as soon as possible and select “Register your child for milk here”, then follow the on-screen instructions to register and pay

  • OR
  • Ask the school office for a registration form – send your completed form to Fresh pastures, and they will send you a payment request.
  • If your child is over 5 and entitled to benefit-based free school meals, school shall be funding their milk

If you need any further assistance or queries, please contact us on 0845 3402100 or admin@schoolmilkuk.co.uk

A portion of fresh, chilled milk at mid-morning break provides protein, calcium and other vital nutrients, important for your child’s growth and development. It’s also a great way to bridge the gap between breakfast and lunch, re-hydrating your child and helping them to concentrate in class.


Kind regards

The Head Teacher