Schools in our region offer a lunchtime meals menu on a three week rotation.
Free school meals
All Primary 1 to Primary 3 children are entitled to free school meals.
Pupils from Primary 4 upwards may also be eligible for free school meals.
Primary school meals
Meals in primary schools currently cost £1.85 per day and will increase to £1.90 as from 22 April.
All primary schools have introduced an advanced pre-order system for lunch. Contact the school office to find out when and how you order and pay for meals.
Secondary school meals
Meals in secondary schools cost £1.95 per day.
Pupils can pay by cash, Young Scot cards are available from schools which can be used for cashless payments. You can top up the cards in two ways:
- Add money to cards online (except for pupils from Dalry)
- Add money to cards by cash or cheque at school
Special dietary requirements
We try to provide meals to meet any special dietary requirements.
If your child has a food allergy or intolerance; medically prescribed diet; or diet for religious or cultural reasons, contact the school office in the first instance so that any necessary arrangements can be put in place.
You will need to provide a letter from your dietician or doctor if your child has special dietary requirement for medical reasons.
For further information on school meals visit the Dumfries and Galloway school meals website.
Some primary schools offer milk at morning breaks; it costs 20p for 200ml of semi-skimmed milk. Milk can be ordered through the school and paid for with cash or cheque when ordering. or purchased from catering staff.