PARENTS at a school in Stourport say they are switching their children to packed lunches after a photograph emerged of a student's meal comprising two fish fingers and seven chips.

A photograph posted on social media claims to show a child's lunch at Stourport Primary School and has been met with outrage from parents who say they have since complained to the school.

One parent, who asked to remain anonymous, said: "Stourport Primary School have been serving these portion sizes to kids at their school and parents have just found out about it and are not happy.

"They're switching their kids to packed lunches to ensure they eat correctly."

They said their child often returns home from school complaining of hunger and said other parents have since made similar claims.

Parents report to pay £2.10 each day for hot lunches.

The school's website says its lunches are sourced from local produce and provide "healthy nutritional meals".

The website states: "The school caters for hot lunches cooked on site by Class Catering, who source local produce and provide healthy nutritional meals.

"Children select from a four-week menu and pay for meals weekly. Menus are issued every Tuesday via the newsletter."

A sample menu on the school's website features fish and chips, roast chicken, beef bolognese, curry, omelette and pasta, alongside a choice of vegetables which changes daily.

Stourport Primary School refused to comment on the complaints.