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Healthy eating


Food Price List

 BREAK (Food not currently available at breaktime)

Sausage Roll   £0.85 pence

Bacon Cob   £0.85 pence

Sausage Cob   £0.85 pence

Cheese Cob     £0.85 pence

Pizza Slice   £0.93 pence

Plain Half Cob   £0.30 pence



Plain Jacket           £1.03

Jacket Cheese & Beans   £2.00

Jacket & Cheese    £1.60

Jacket & Beans    £1.60

Potato Wedges    £0.80 pence



Plain Wrap   £1.60

Wrap with Fillings   £0.55 pence



Plated Salads    £1.10

Plated Salad with Ham   £1.65

Plated Salad with Tuna   £1.65



Small Cakes   £0.60 pence



Fruit   £0.55 pence



Plain Panini     £0.60 pence

Panini with Fillings   £1.60

Half Plain Panini   £0.30 pence



Main Meal    £2.10

Small Meal   £1.60

Bacon & Cheese Panini   £1.95

Cheese Burger   £1.45

Chicken Burger   £1.40

Pasta Sauce & Cheese   £1.95

Pasta & Sauce   £1.60

Macaroni Cheese   £1.60

Cheese & Potato Pie   £0.95 pence

Chips   £1.00

Chicken Nuggets   £1.10

Week one menu

Week two menu

Week three menu

Week four menu

Healthy eating is a priority at Ibstock Community College. All meals are prepared in school, using natural and locally sourced ingredients.

The school prides itself on using local suppliers and creating tasty, nutritious menus with lots of fruit and vegetables.

All yoghurts are organic, and eggs are free range. 

The school operates a three-week rolling menu.

Catering Manager Lynda Woodward said: “We listen to the students and take note of what they like but we always serve a healthy menu.

“We serve cakes and biscuits that contain fruit and vegetables and salad are always available alongside our main meals. We take healthy eating very seriously.”

Chicken wraps and pasta meals are among the most popular student choices. Chips are served only once a week but on a different day each week to encourage more students to try a school meal.

We encourage parents and carers to provide children with packed lunches that complement the nutritional standards.

Research has shown the value to students of gaining regular access to drinking water throughout the school day. Intake of water is linked to better concentration and increased attainment. Cooled water is freely available throughout the college day to all members of the college community. Every child should be encouraged to bring a free bottle to store their water in. Young people may drink their water at any time that is appropriate. Fizzy drinks are not sold in school but students can choose from a variety of alternatives including water, fruit juices and milkshake.

More than half of students at Ibstock Community College regularly eat school meals.

The Food Information Regulations 2014 means that the college has changed the way it provides information to students about allergenic ingredients. Students are encouraged to discuss their food allergies and intolerances and staff have been trained to answer any queries they may have.