We are really proud of our lunchtimes at Gomer Infant School which are led by our talented team of Lunchtime Supervisors. Our high expectations of respectful behaviour continues throughout lunchtime.

Our Lunch Team host a weekly assembly where they share and celebrate our fantastic children at lunchtime.

Each week a child from each class is voted by their Lunchtime Supervisor for the Respect Award. They are invited to sit with a friend on the Top Table for lunch.

The children are also awarded stars during lunchtimes which accumulate over the week. The winning class keeps the Shooting Star Trophy for the week!

School Lunches

We believe that the school lunchtime is a great opportunity for all our children to sit down together and enjoy their healthy and tasty meal, while developing their social skills.  We therefore hope that all parents will take up this offer of a free school meal for their infant children.  We do understand that some children will want to bring their own packed lunch.


You can find the Food to Flourish – Hampshire County Council Education Catering school lunch menus via this link. We recommend choosing lunch options with your child so they know what they will be having for lunch, you can then order your child’s lunch choice via the Arbor app.

School lunches are free to all of our children. Please be aware that orders must be placed via Arbor the day before at the latest.

At Hampshire County Council Education Catering, we believe your child should have healthy, flavoursome food, so that’s exactly what we provide. You don’t have to worry about the calories either: our lunches are always set up to provide one third of your child’s daily allowance.

Medical special diets can also be accommodated via HCC Education Catering, please click here for further information.

To find out more about Food to Flourish please follow this link –Food to flourish – school lunches with Hampshire County Council Education Catering

Advice for fussy eaters!

Healthy packed lunches

It is important that children are eating a healthy, balanced lunch at school.  This means plenty of foods that contain the nutrients that children need, and fewer foods that are high in sugar and  saturated fat.

Packed lunches that are brought to school must be healthy and balanced and should NOT contain sweets or any form of chocolate spread.

For lunch box ideas, please find some sites below that offer ideas and advice:

NHS Live Well-Lunchboxes

Tesco Real Food -Lunchboxes

BBC Good Food Childrens Lunchboxes

Due to allergies we ask that NO nut products are brought into school.

All children should bring a water bottle each day to school containing water only.