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Ryvers is a NUT FREE School

Please place your lunch orders online through your ParentPay Account





Lunch Menu - Spring - Tuesday 4th January - Friday 22nd January 2021

Allergens Information - Spring - Tuesday 4th Jauary - Friday 22nd January 2021

Lunch Menu - Autumn - Monday 14th - Friday 18th December 2020

Allergens Information - Autumn - Monday 14th - Friday 18th December 2020

Lunch Menu - Autumn - Monday 23rd November - Friday 11th December 2020

Allergens Information - Autumn - Monday 23rd November - Friday 11th December 2020

Lunch Menu - Autumn - Monday 2nd November - 20th November 2020

Allergens Information - Autumn - Monday 2nd November - Friday 20th November 2020

Lunch Menu - Autumn - Monday 28th September - 16th October 2020

Allergens Information - Autumn - Monday 28th September - 16th October 2020

Lunch Menu - Autumn - Monday 7th - 25th September 2020

Allergens information for Autumn Term menu - Monday 7th September - 25th September 2020

No NUTS in Packed Lunches


Please remember that children should not have nuts or items containing nuts in their packed lunches. We have several children in our school who have severe nut allergies and just being in the same room as someone eating nuts can trigger a dangerous, life threatening allergic reaction.


Our catering manager ensures that there are no nuts in any of the food that is prepared and cooked on site.

Healthy Lunchboxes

Creating a balanced meal


We all know that children love crisps and chocolate, but if you use the following charts you’ll find it easy to create healthy, tasty lunches for your children.  Each day choose ONE item from each section for a balanced lunch.


(For Energy)


(To Help Growth)


(For Strong Bones and Teeth)


(Vitamins for Health)


(Vitamins to Fight Disease)

Cheddar biscuits

Grilled bacon

Greek yogurt and honey

Salad leaves

Apple Wedges

Corn tortillas

Bean salad

Smoked cheese

Roasted aubergine


Digestive biscuits

Chicken slices

Cheese triangles

Carrot sticks

Packet of dried fruit

Potato salad

Chicken tikka slices

Cheddar cheese

Celery sticks

Seedless grapes


Chipolata sausages

Custard in a pot

Ribbons of cucumber

Fruit juice

Chapatti, pitta or naan bread

Oily fish-sardine/tuna

Cottage cheese

Shredded lettuce

Kiwi Fruit

Submarine roll

Egg Mayonnaise

Fromage Frais

Raw mangetout

Wedges of melon or mango

Sliced malt loaf

Chorizo sausage

Edam Cheese





Fruit smoothie

Red pepper sticks

Orange segments

Noodle salad


Milk shake

Sweet corn


Pasta salad

Roast meats with tomato salsa or chutney


Cherry Tomatoes


Rye bread

Sliced ham

Rice pudding



Brown roll

Smoked mackerel




Museli bars

Turkey slices with mango chutney


Tortilla wrap


Couscous salad


Lunch Box and Food and School Meals Policies



Dear Parents and Carers

During these difficult times, some families may have found their circumstances have changed, if you feel you may now be eligible for certain benefits, you may also be entitled to Benefit Related Free School Meals for your child.

Whilst school remains closed, families claiming Benefit Related Free School Meals are entitled to £15 per week, per child (excluding nursery) which is provided in supermarket voucher form. Although all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 receive a Universal Infant Free School Meal when attending school, vouchers are only issued to those families that are eligible for the benefits related free school meal.

If you are currently in receipt of any of the following benefits, we would urge you to apply.


Income Support

Income based Job Seekers Allowance   IBJSA

Employment and Support Allowance (lncome Related) (ESA(IR))

Guarantee Element of State Pension Credit M1000 Award Notice

Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

Child Tax Credit with an annual income of less than £16,190 and not in receipt of Working Tax credit

Universal Credit and the family's net income excluding any benefit payments is less than £7400

Working tax credit run on – paid for four weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit

      If you believe you may qualify for this support in school, please complete the form online at:

  https://www .slough .gov .uk/schools-and-learning/free-school -meals-form .aspx

**   If your child is currently receiving Free School Meals, there is no need for you to reapply**

Should you have any questions about Free School Meals please email:

Alternatively, Mrs Osborne will be in the school office on Mondays only for telephone enquiries.  In order to protect both you and the staff at Ryvers, please do not attempt to come to the school office to discuss this, or any other matter.


  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS