Student Meals by Date or Student

By Date

The Student Meals by Date report will display your chosen students and the meals that were taken for the selected date range.

Admin > Meals > Reports (tab) > Student Meals by Date


Select your date range etc from the filter table and then click Choose


To select more than one item in filter columns, hold down Ctrl on your keyboard then click the options you want. You can also click and drag to select multiple items.

E.g. To select specific year groups

Date Range

The first column allows you to set a date range. There are pre-set dates for Today, Last Week and This Week you can choose to autofill the start and end date.  You can also group by date, student/staff or Meal.

This report defaults to group by Date.


The second column allows you to filter the report for certain meals or you can choose All Meals


The next column allows you to filter for Students, Staff, Guests or All.

This report defaults to Students.


This column allows you to choose whether to look at current, former, future or all students


This report does not look at all years, so you need to choose a Year group to look at - 


Filter for All Forms or choose specific form groups


If your school uses Houses, you can filter for certain houses here or choose All Houses


This allows you to filter your results for students eligible or not eligible for free meals and Pupil Premium.  Use this column OR the following Display column.


This allows you to change how your results are displayed, choose to whether to include certain information such as Aspects and split your results up by things such as Year or Form group.

This report defaults to include Meal Name and split by None.

Once you've made your selections click Choose to run the report.

The report will look slightly different depending on what filters you have selected.


By Student

The Student Meals by Student report is the same as above, only its grouped by Student/Staff and includes Meal name and Meal cost by default.


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