Eating in School

We are very proud to have our own catering kitchen on the premises enabling our Catering Manager and Catering Assistant to offer a healthy, exciting and innovative menu.

Lunchtimes are supervised by our Midday Supervisory Assistants. The School Admin Officer, Kate Waite, and Catering Manager Cynthia Ody are happy to discuss menus or a child’s particular dietary needs with parents.

How to Order Lunches

Menu order forms are available to download or pre-printed copies can be collected from the School entrance hall.

Please click here to download the lunch form for Term Two.

Simply tick the meat, vegetarian or jacket potato option for each day, indicate your method of payment and return your completed form to the School Office. The further in advance you are able to inform us of your order, the easier it is for our Catering Team to plan their deliveries. Payment is required NO LATER THAN the THURSDAY MORNING of the preceding week. Payment should be made via Parentpay. All UIFSM children (KS1) must complete this form – payment not required.

Orders MUST be placed through the school office.

Alternatively, children are welcome to bring in a healthy packed lunch consisting of protein, carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables.

We discourage parents from providing sweet foods, although we do accept that small amounts may be included.

Universal Infant School Meals

Children in KS1 are all entitled to free school meals, following the Government initiate brought in September 2014, however we still ask that you submit a form with your child’s menu choices.


Healthy Eating Programme for 7 – 11 year olds and their Families

Chilton Foliat Primary School is proud to support Shine Wiltshire. A healthy weight programme for 7 – 11 year olds and their families.

PLease find below a useful leaflet and poster providing useful information about local groups and how to get involved.

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Nutty Free School

As we have pupils with severe allergies, we are now a Nut Aware School. Please see information letter sent to parents here.

Water and Snacks

Studies show that drinking water regularly helps children’s concentration and wellbeing, so pupils are encouraged to drink water and bring a named water bottle into class each day.

Roe and Fallow class children are provided fruit and a carton of milk each day via national initiatives.


Cool Milk operate our milk scheme and milk is automatically provided for all children under five. Details of the scheme  are available from

You can still register your child after 5 years of age but you will be charged. Full details are on the cool milk website.

Older pupils are encouraged to bring fruit and vegetables to eat at break time. Crisps, sweets and biscuits are not allowed at break times, a rule which reinforces our commitment to healthy eating.