Oxford Road, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, BD19 4PX

01274 879313

office@gomersalprimaryschool.co.uk | School office contact: S Dyson



It is very important for all children to eat a healthy, balanced diet. Research has shown that a child's concentration levels are much greater if they have eaten a healthy, balanced meal at lunchtime.

All of our menus include:

  • Fresh seasonal fruit & vegetables
  • Local produce
  • Organic food items
  • Farm assured meat
  • Free range eggs
  • At least 75% freshly prepared
  • No undesirable additives
  • Sustainable fish

In addition to this we limit foods high in fat, sugar and salt such as deep fried foods and items containing pastry. We include oily fish, wholegrains and fruit based desserts. A freshly prepared salad bar is available each day as an optional extra.


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The choices that children are able to make can be seen on ParentPay accounts.


  • Primary and middle schools serve a two course meal at a set price of £2.55.
  • School meals are freshly prepared each day, on the same premises, using high quality, locally sourced food.
  • Each school has an individual menu designed in consultation with the head teacher, pupils and parents.

If your child has a special dietary requirement or has an allergy to any food items, please consult with the school office who will liaise with the school's kitchen supervisor to ensure your child is catered for. Our daily menus cater for vegetarians.

All children in Reception and Years 1 and 2 are currently entitled to universal free school meals. If you’re on a low income and receive certain benefits you may be eligible for additional support such as free milk and free school meals for children not in reception or years 1 and 2. To find out more call 01484 221928. All eligible parents should apply as it gives your child extra support and helps their school.

Kirklees Catering offer a selection of suggested themed lunches to all primary schools. 

Theme subjects are chosen around the curriculum and culture, such as the Chinese New Year.

During these events a special menu is designed which is fun and encourages the children to try new foods not normally on the menu.