Lunchtime UK is the company that caters us with our meals at break and lunchtime. The company aims to provide a high standard of fresh food whilst sourcing ingredients ethically. It seeks to cater for all our diverse community at St. Anne’s, by ensuring there are a variety of different menus. Some samples of this are listed below.

Is your daughter allergic to certain foods? If so please take the time to read this poster and draw it to the attention of your daughter. The poster is on display in the Dining Halls.

For further information you can visit the Lunchtime UK website.

How do you pay for meals?

We have a cashless, biometric payment system facilitated by Parentpay. Any family new to St. Anne's should register before, or on joining St. Anne's. Parents will then receive a Parentpay account where they can make payments using the Parentpay website. The Parentpay account must remain topped up in order for your daughter to be able to purchase her meal. You are also able to check what she has spent/eaten by logging onto the parentpay website - The website is 'mobile friendly' so why not bookmark it on your smartphone?

Free School Meals

Students receiving FSM are treated in the same way as all the other students but with a lunchtime FSM limit of £2.30; this is the cost of a 'meal deal'. To apply for FSM please contact Enfield Local Authority. If you would like some help just phone our Finance Office on 020 8920 5228 (direct) or email 

Parents/Carers whose daughters receives FSM should still open a Parentpay account. Additional food and drink can be purchased and the account will be needed for other cashless purchases.

Cashless throughout the school

Cashless payments must also be used for all trips, visits and other purchases such as revision guides. If you have not registered with Parentpay as your daughter does not purchase any food, you will need to do so. The Governors' School Fund voluntary contribution can also be paid through Parentpay

Thank you.

Mr Goldbart,
School Business Manager