Food is an important part of life at Oxford High School, because we recognise the role it plays in maintaining concentration and providing energy.
All meals are freshly cooked, carefully sourced and nutritionally balanced, and we work with local Oxfordshire company Thomas Franks to create a delicious menu of hot and cold dishes with meat and vegetarian options plus salads, soups and sandwiches. Allergies, food intolerances and religious dietary requirements are taken into account across all three sites and school lunches are compulsory for pupils from Reception through to Year 11.
Oxford High School enforces a strict policy of no nuts, no sesame, and no chickpeas in school, including nut, sesame, and chickpea-based foods. We ask this is respected at all times and foods containing these substances are not permitted to be eaten in school. We are aware of the impact of nuts, sesame, and chickpeas as allergens and take precautions in our catering operations to prevent the occurrence of allergic reactions by the inadvertent consumption of these products.