The first faculty, in Seymour Street, South Shore, launched the brand new 'Cypad' system along with Blackpool Council which sees pupils make lunch selections by way of contact display screen with their dad and mom prematurely.
Cypad can also be anticipated to be rolled out in Westminster Main Academy in North Shore within the subsequent few weeks.
Utilizing the varsity's ParentPay app, lunch selections may be made prematurely, giving dad and mom the chance to debate their kid's weight-reduction plan with them and see what they are going to be consuming at college.
The Cypad system additionally communicates with Gateway's kitchen employees, enabling them to make preparations prematurely, saving them invaluable time.
If a pupil has not used the app to pick their meals, they can visualise their choices on an interactive whiteboard in class, and may make selections with assist from their trainer.
Sue Robinson, headteacher at Gateway Academy, stated: "If a toddler is selecting their meals in class with their trainer, there's a little bit image of the meal to allow them to visualise it, and lecturers can learn the choices out to youthful ones, or it supplies a studying alternative for them as properly.
"The benefit of the system is, if a toddler has particular dietary necessities, for instance in the event that they're vegetarian, the system will not present them choices with meat in so they will not be capable to select it.
"As soon as any particular necessities or allergy symptoms are put into the system, it drags throughout, and it has the potential to be very profitable.
"We're seeing plenty of dad and mom serving to their baby to decide on what to have prematurely. To allow them to see what their baby goes to be consuming, and may maybe assist them to decide on wholesome, nutritious and extra various selections.
"Basically, the entire course of is designed to offer dad and mom the prospect to see what their baby is having day by day, notably for fogeys of youthful kids who might come residence and never inform them what they've eaten."
John Topping, from Fylde Coast Academy Belief (FCAT) which runs the varsity, stated: "We're more than happy to see that in two of our ten FCAT academies, particularly Gateway Main and Westminster Main that Blackpool Council catering has carried out the Cypad Meal Choice software program system.
"Because of this our kids, throughout their morning type interval could make knowledgeable selections from a spread of top of the range pictures and meals knowledge on a big display screen, at the beginning of the varsity day to pick their most well-liked faculty dinner for that day.
"Over the past yr, the significance of college meals has been highlighted. All our catering suppliers inside FCAT know the significance of wholesome and healthful meals for our younger folks, guaranteeing they get the proper dietary stability; boosting their growth, behaviour and skill to study."
Blackpool Council was contacted for a remark.