School Dinners

At Holy Trinity, we are fortunate to have a working kitchen on-site with a fantastic team of cooks.

Our meals are provided by Edwards & Ward Caterers.  Please see below for information about them as well as the current menu. Meals are provided free of charge to all pupils in years R, 1 and 2 and at a cost to older children. Some older children are also entitled to a free meal depending on their family circumstances. If you would like to discuss free meals or any concerns you may have about allergens, special diets or the food your child is eating, please contact the school office.

A message from Pabulum:

Pabulum provides the catering at Holy Trinity Lamborey Primary School. Our menus are compliant with The School Food Plan and over 94% of our dishes are freshly prepared from unprocessed ingredients by our professional chefs.

Available every day and made fresh in our kitchen we offer:

  • A choice of meat/fish or vegetarian main meal
  • Unlimited salad bar with eight delicious choices
  • Jacket potato or pasta
  • Two choices of unlimited freshly baked wholemeal bread
  • Homemade dessert
  • Fresh mixed fruit platter

Edwards & Ward Autumn 2021 Menu 

Allergen information can be found on the Edwards and Ward website at

We would love to hear your feedback, please contact

Packed Lunches

Children are encouraged to bring a healthy packed lunch in a named lunch box or bag.  Whilst it is the parents/carers choice as to what they put in their children’s lunch box, we do encourage a healthy mix, and we do not allow children to eat sweets, full-sized chocolate bars or drink fizzy drinks as part of their lunch. 

Getting ideas and inspiration for what to include in your child’s lunchbox can be a difficult task.  Healthy eating is simply about getting a better balance and eating a wide variety of foods.  All foods provide energy and nutrients, and it is achieving the correct intake of those nutrients that are important for health.  Variety is the key to a healthy diet, so try not to offer the same foods on consecutive days.  By including a broad range of different foods, a much wider variety of nutrients will be eaten.  The ‘Healthier Lunchbox Checklist’ helps to explain what ‘a healthy mix’ means in terms of getting a well-balanced meal in a lunchbox.

Healthier Lunchbox Checklist:

  • A good portion of starchy food: e.g. thick wholemeal bread, chapatti, pitta pocket, pasta or rice salad
  • Plenty of fruit and vegetables: e.g. an apple, a satsuma, handful of cherry tomatoes or carrot sticks, mini-tub of fruit chunks or a small box of raisins
  • A portion of milk or dairy food: e.g. individual cheese portion or pot of yoghurt
  • A portion of lean meat, fish or alternative: e.g. ham, chicken, beef, tuna, egg, hummus or bean/lentil salad
  • A drink: e.g fruit juice, milk or water.

Please note that we are a NUT FREE school, so please do not send any nuts or products containing nuts (such as peanut butter or cereal bars with nuts) into school with your child.

Here is some useful information on healthy lunches: -

All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are eligible for Universal Infant Free School Meals. Any enquiries regarding free meal entitlement should be addressed to Bexley Council's Free School Meals Team:



Telephone: 01322 356019