From September Cumbrian schools will have an extra £1.15m to make sure all four to seven year olds get free school meals.In Cumbria 2168 children get free school meals but in September it will be 15,000.
That's because at the moment it's only for low income families but the government has set aside more money so all children in reception, year 1 and year 2 will get them.
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