Freedom of information response

School Meal Prices

Publication date: 
Tuesday 8 October 2019
Request: 

1. What is the price of a school meal (ie, the amount charged to parents) in a) primary schools and b) secondary schools for each of the following academic years:
- 2019/20
- 2018/19
- 2017/18
- 2016/17
- 2015/14
- 2014/15
 
2. How many a) primary schools and b) secondary schools provided meals at these prices in each of the following academic years:
- 2019/20
- 2018/19
- 2017/18
- 2016/17
- 2015/14
- 2014/15

Response: 

1. 2019/20 = 2.20 Primary   2.40 Secondary

2018/19 = 2.10 Primary   2.30 Secondary

2017/18 = 2.10 Primary   2.30 Secondary

2016/17 = 2.05 Primary   2.30 Secondary

2015/14 = 2.00 Primary   2.30 Secondary

2014/15 = 1.90 Primary   2.20 Secondary

2. 2019/20 = 29 Primary   3 Secondary

2018/19 = 29 Primary   4 Secondary

2017/18 = 29 Primary   3 Secondary

2016/17 = 30 Primary   3 Secondary

2015/14 = 30 Primary   3 Secondary

2014/15 = 32 Primary   5 Secondary

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Request reference:
FOI 9409