At Lincoln Carlton Academy, we believe all children and adults deserve to have an enjoyable, happy and safe lunchtime. To encourage children to do their best and achieve we follow the procedures below when dealing with behaviour at lunch time. Our expectations for behaviour centre on our golden rules.

The Lincoln Carlton Academy Lunchtime rules.

Children and staff are expected to follow our Golden Rules & Values at all times. These help the school community to function harmoniously, so that everyone can achieve their full potential.

We have a wonderful new Trim Trail which is available along with lunch time equipment. Our lunch time supervisors are trained to create safe and fun play opportunities.

School Dinners

School dinners are provided by our very own Chef and his kitchen team based in our school kitchen.

All children in years Reception-2 are entitled to free lunches under the government's Universal Infant Free School Meals scheme. For children in Years 3 upwards meals can be ordered online at at the price of £2.34 per meal.

Please let the school office know if your child has special dietary requirements as this can be catered for.

If you choose to provide your child with a packed lunch, it must not require the use of a fridge, oven, kettle or microwave. Please try to send your child to school with a healthy packed lunch. We do not allow fizzy drinks in school. All children are provided with the option of water or milk.

Food Standards

Food Standards Overview
Food Standards
Lca Fs 5 Star
Lca Gold Award Jan To April 2023
Lincolnshire Food Education Team Gold Award


School Dinners 2022-2023 - Term 3 & 4 Menu [ PDF, 150.6 KB ]
School Dinners Theme Days - Term 3 & 4 Menu [ PDF, 77.66 KB ]
School of the month! [ PDF, 22.38 KB ]
Dr Hilary Jones, Spokesperson for the School & Nursery Milk Alliance has named Lincoln Carlton Academy the inaugural winner of the Alliance’s School of the Month for March. This award recognises schools’ efforts to promote healthy lifestyles for their pupils and the planet, in keeping with the Alliance’s aims. Congratulating the Lincoln Carlton Academy on its award, Dr Hilary commended the school on the fantastic efforts particularly in encouraging its pupils to drink milk, and to reduce their single-use plastic consumption. The School & Nursery Milk Alliance is the leading body representing organisations from the dairy, health and education sectors campaigning to ensure pupils across the UK enjoy the health and cognitive benefits of the milk they are entitled to, and associated complementary aims for the promotion and sustainability of school & nursery milk consumption.