Our catering facilities are run in house. We are open for breakfast, break and lunch, offering good choices of competitively priced items.
Sixth formers and staff can also use the Panini Bar located in the Lancaster Building at any time of the day.
Whilst it is, of course, up to each student and parent as to whether to use the facilities, we do encourage parents to support our attempts to encourage healthier eating. It is not good for students to eat crisps, chocolate and fizzy drinks and we do encourage a healthy diet as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.
Free School Meals
As well as having a free hot or cold lunch every day, students who are eligible for Free School Meals receive discounts on trips, visits, music lessons and events.
No-one needs to know if your child is on Free School Meals, as our cashless system means that they cannot be identified.
Free School Meal accounts are topped up automatically each day, but students cannot 'carry forward' their FSM allowance.
If you would like to apply for Free School Meals for your child, please complete the form below or ask for this form at Main Reception. Benefit evidence will have to be supplied when submitting the form.
Please see information below on our food sources, their certificates, nutritional and allergen information on the food we provide at Uxbridge High School. If you want to learn more about the companies we purchase our foods from, please click on these links:
Fresh meat from our Butcher
Fresh fruit and vegetables from our Greengrocer
Fresh bread purchased daily from our Baker
Fresh milk and eggs from the Dairy
Natural Yoghurt from EasiYo - a source of protein and calcium, calcium helps maintain normal bones. Enjoy EasiYo daily as part of a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle.
All catering staff have the following qualifications:
Level 2 Food Safety
The Catering Manager and Assistant Manager both have:
Level 3 Food Safety
Nutritional Advice for 11 to 18 year olds – Tips for Eating Well:
Base your meals on starchy foods.
Eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
Eat more fish.
Cut down on saturated fat and sugar.
Try to eat less salt – no more than 6 grams a day.
Get active and try to be a healthy weight.
Drink plenty of water.
Don’t skip breakfast.