Schools struggle to fund free meals
The Department for Education has told the BBC 99% of primary schools are on track to deliver free meals in September.
The change, for children in reception, year one and year two, will save parents about £400 a year per child.
But the change has caused difficulties for many schools, which say they have had to find funding for the extra service themselves.
Danny Savage reports.
16 Jul 2014
- From the section UK