School pupils at Nottingham Academy's Greenwood Campus say they are unhappy with their 'disgusting' school food which they have described as 'slop'.
A number of students have raised concerns over the quality and quantity of food which is being served up to a number of the 1,361 pupils on the Greenwood Road campus during their lunch break.
Concerns have also been raised about a new ticket system introduced at the start of the year, which meant that students had to receive their lunch in a certain order depending on which ticket number they had.
Taylor Carney-Martin, 15, who lives in St Ann's said:
16-year-old Shardae Lewis says the ticketing system sometimes means that those at the back of the queue are frequently left with little to choose from.
Her mother, Rose Lindo, a support worker, says she's worried about her daughter's concentration due to lack of food:
A spokeswoman for the academy said the ticket procedure was new and the complaints about the school food would be passed on to catering staff.