Location & Contact Details


Hagley Primary School, Park Road
Stourbridge, West Midlands

Contact Number

01562 883280

Email Address

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Term Dates

Academic Year 2023 - 2024

TED DayMonday 4th September
TED DayTuesday 5th September
Autumn Term StartsWednesday 6th September
Autumn Half Term BreakMonday 30th October - Friday 3rd November
Christmas HolidaysMonday 25th December - Friday 5th January
TED DayMonday 8th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Term StartsTuesday 9th January
Spring Half Term BreakMonday 12th February - Friday 16th February
Easter HolidaysMonday 25th March - Friday 5th April
Summer Term StartsMonday 8th April
TED DayFriday 24th May
Summer Half Term BreakMonday 27th May - Friday 31st May
TED DayMonday 22nd July
Summer Holidays StartsTuesday 23rd July

Academic Year 2024 - 2025 (without TED Days)

Autumn Term StartsMonday 2nd September
Autumn mid termMonday 28th October - Friday 1st November
ChristmasMonday 23rd December - Friday 3rd January
Spring mid-termMonday 17th February - Friday 21st February
EasterMonday 14th April - Friday 25th April
Summer mid-termMonday 26th May - Friday 30th May
End of summer termMonday 21st July

Hot School Meals

Believe, Achieve, Together We Succeed
Hot School Meals at Hagley Primary School

Hagley Primary School have an on-site catering kitchen with the capacity to cater for all children on site. Our catering service is provided by ABM Catering Limited.

Spring Menu Booklet – example

Autumn Menu Booklet – example


Grow - ABM Catering

Grow are a supportive and nurturing community using nutritious ingredients to fuel young minds encouraging children to flourish.

Child development happens at a remarkable rate, our aim is to develop knowledge through variety and interest, giving pupils the get up and go they deserve.

We are not just your caterer, we want to be part of your vision. Grow gives children the confidence they need to build on and expand their knowledge of health and diet. We aim to encourage children to explore a variety of different foods, forming a healthy view on eating habits from day one.

We believe in fuelling young minds, creating the foundations for a happy and healthy lifestyle. Primary schools have important contributions to make towards future health and well-being, alongside parents and carers. Grow is here to help create a supportive environment to do this, whilst providing wholesome top-quality food.


Meals are pre booked and are prepared each morning using fresh ingredients. ABM Catering Limited are able to offer a range of foods to cater for all dietary requirements. There are a number of options on our menu including a main meal, a vegetarian option, a Jacket Potato and a Sandwich Deli – all served with a self-serve salad bar, hot or cold pudding, or a selection of fruit. We encourage all children to try our hot meals when starting at Hagley Primary. Throughout the academic year, there are a number of theme days to link the menu with the curriculum, bringing the classroom into the lunch hall in a fun and interactive way.

If you choose to provide a packed lunch, please ensure that this is in a suitable container. Children will need to ensure they bring their own drink. No glass bottles or fizzy drinks please.

For children in reception, Year 1 and Year 2,  all hot meals are provided through the Universal Free School Meals Scheme. For children in Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, all hot meals are booked via an online payment system.

Applications for free school meals for children in KS2 are based on parental income.  Forms are available from the school office.

Lunchtimes in the hall – There is a team of lunchtime supervisors on duty throughout the lunch break. The children are encouraged, but never forced, to finish their meal.  We encourage self-service and good table manners, but they are allowed to relax and talk just as adults do during the meal.

Special Diet Request Form


Break Times

Milk in school – Children are entitled to milk while in school. You may be entitled to free milk based on your household income.  Milk is delivered daily and is paid a term in advance through an external provider. It is subsidised by the European Community.

Fruit at breaktimes – Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are offered a piece of fruit each day. Children in Year 3 onwards we ask that a a healthy snack of fruit or vegetables is provided from home, to be eaten at break time. 

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