School dinners

All children who attend Martin Frobisher Infant School full time are entitled to a free school meal. This is funded by the government under the Universal free school meals initiative. All meals are cooked on site by our fantastic cook and catering team and we have a high uptake of children having a meal provided to them in school. The meals are cooked fresh each day and all meet the national food standards. This could save you over £600 in food bills and many hours in preparing a packed lunch.


Meals can be chosen at home if you have an account with School Grid, or in school. This process ensures that your child will always get the meal of their choice no matter when they come into the dining hall. All allergies can be catered for and there is a wide range of food choices to choose from including a sandwich and jacket potato option daily. Catering Leeds also cater for special meal days most months and on these days we encourage all children to try the meal. 


If parents choose to send their child to school with a packed lunch it should meet the standards within our Packed Lunch Policy.


Click here to see the current menus. The menus are on a three week cycle and run up to the February half term.

Click here to see the menus from Monday 19th February until the end of this school year. These will again be on a three week cycle.


The special menu for January is Build A Burger Theme Menu on Thursday 18th January 2024.


If you are in receipt of the following benefits your child could be eligible for Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) funding. This is additional funding given to support children in school. Currently this is £1320 per child.

Income Support

Income based Job Seekers Allowance

Income related Employment and Support Allowance

Guarantee element of State Pension Credit

Child Tax Credit without Working Tax Credit and an annual household income of less than £16,190.

Working Tax Credit run-on (Paid 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)

Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

Universal Credit, provided you have an annual earned income of no more than £7,400


If you feel you meet this criteria please contact the school office or complete this form and return to the address at the end of the form or email to (Transparency notice)

You can also find out more information and request a form posting out to you by going to the Schools and Children page on the Wakefield Council Website