Hampshire County Council Catering Service

Primary school menu

Delicious and fresh food, served daily

Primary school menu

See what's on the menu this week or download a copy to print at home.

All our menus are reviewed by dietitians and follow the School Food Plan.

Primary menu April - October 2021

Our menu works on a three-week cycle to make sure there is variety and choice. They are also reviewed by Trading Standards too.

Downloadable versions of our weekly schedule, menu, foreign language menus and additive policy are available below.

All our menus are reviewed by dietitians and follow the School Food Plan.

Week one

The week one menu is served on weeks commencing 19 April, 10 May, 7 and 28 June, 19 July, 13 September, 4 October. The weekly schedule is also available as a download.

Monday

Gnocchi in a tomato, basil and spinach sauce 

Meat-free option
Gnocchi in a tomato, basil and spinach sauce
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream

Pork sausages with mashed potato and gravy

Meat option
Pork sausages with mashed potato and gravy
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream
 

Tuesday

Free range omelette with diced potatoes

Meat-free option
Free range omelette with diced potatoes
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit

Chicken curry with a blend brown and white rice

Meat option
Chicken curry with a blend brown and white rice
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit
 

Wednesday

Margherita pizza and crinkle cut wedges

Meat-free option
Margherita pizza and crinkle cut wedges
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Fruit and yoghurt granola pot

Handmade fish cake and crinkle cut wedges

Meat option
Handmade fish cake and crinkle cut wedges
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Fruit and yoghurt granola pot
 

Thursday

Roasted vegetable puff pastry parcel

Meat-free option
Roasted vegetable puff pastry parcel
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Apple sponge

Sliced beef and Yorkshire pudding

Meat option
Sliced beef and Yorkshire pudding
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Apple sponge
 

Friday

Roasted vegetable lasagne

Meat-free option
Roasted vegetable lasagne
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Baked fish fingers and chips

Meat option
Baked fish fingers and chips
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Additional bread and salad will be available daily. A selection of alternative desserts (bananas, apples, oranges, yoghurt, fruit salad, cheese and crackers or fruit juices) are also available each day.

Week two

The week two menu is served on weeks commencing 26 April, 17 May, 14 June, 5 July, 30 August, 20 September and 11 October. The weekly schedule is also available as a download.

Monday

Tomato pasta 

Meat-free option
Tomato pasta
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream

Pork sausage roll with diced potatoes  

Meat option
Pork sausage roll with diced potatoes
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream

Tuesday

Vegetable burger with homemade potato wedges 

Meat-free option
Vegetable burger with homemade potatoes wedges
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit

Spaghetti beef Bolognaise 

Meat option
Spaghetti beef Bolognaise
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit
 

Wednesday

Margherita pizza and crinkle cut wedges 

Meat-free option
Margherita pizza and crinkle cut wedges
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Fruity frozen yoghurt

Bubble salmon and crinkle cut wedges 

Meat option
Bubble salmon and crinkle cut wedges
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Fruity frozen yoghurt 

Thursday

Vegetarian sausages and Yorkshire pudding  

Meat-free option
Vegetarian sausages and Yorkshire pudding
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Banana muffin

Roast chicken and Yorkshire pudding 

Meat option
Roast chicken and Yorkshire pudding
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Banana muffin

Friday

Somerset cheddar cheese and tomato Quesadilla

Meat-free option
Somerset cheddar cheese and tomato Quesadilla
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Baked battered fish and chips

Meat option
Baked battered fish and chips
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Additional bread and salad will be available daily. A selection of alternative desserts (bananas, apples, oranges, organic yogurt, fruit pots, cheese and crackers or fruit juices) are also available each day.

Week three

The week three menu is served on weeks commencing 3 and 24 May, 21 June, 12 July, 6 and 27 September and 18 October. The weekly schedule is also available as a download.

Monday

Macaroni cheese with Somerset cheddar 

Meat-free option
Macaroni cheese with Somerset cheddar
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream

Chicken marinated in a BBQ sauce served with a blend of brown and white rice 

Meat option
Chicken marinated in a BBQ sauce served with a blend of brown and white rice
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Ice cream

Tuesday

Summer vegetable quiche 

Meat-free option
Summer vegetable quiche
Seasonal vegetables, crinkle cut wedges and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit

Beef burger in a homemade roll 

Meat option
Beef burger in a homemade roll
Seasonal with seasonal vegetables, crinkle cut wedges and bread of the day
Freshly baked biscuit

Wednesday

Margherita pizza and diced potatoes 

Meat-free option
Margherita pizza and diced potatoes
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Apple iced bun

Tuna and sweetcorn pasta bak 

Meat option
Tuna and sweetcorn pasta bake
Served with seasonal vegetables and bread of the day
Apple iced bun

Thursday

Quorn fillet  

Meat-free option
Quorn fillet
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Chocolate brownie

Toad in the hole 

Meat option
Toad in the hole
Served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, gravy and bread of the day
Chocolate brownie

Friday

Sweet potato and lentil curry with a blend of brown and white rice 

Meat-free option
Sweet potato and lentil curry with a blend of brown and white rice
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Baked fish fingers and chips 

Meat option
Baked fish fingers and chips
Served with baked beans or garden peas and bread of the day
A choice of cold desserts

Additional bread and salad will be available daily. A selection of alternative desserts (bananas, apples, oranges, yoghurt, fruit salad, cheese and crackers or fruit juices) are also available each day.

Downloads

Menu April to October 2021

Our main menu is the standard two-course menu that the majority of our schools follow. Find our standard two-course menus here in different formats to make it easy for you to view, download or print.

Some schools choose to offer pupils our Streets menu in addition to the main menu. This menu is more of a street food concept and can still be served on plates or trays. Ask your school about the NEW exciting Streets menu options available at your child’s school.

Streets logo

We offer a menu with a selection of food that is mostly cold in the warm months and hot in the cold months. Find our seasonal menu templates here.

Review our staff menu and additive policies for our menus. We also provide a list of carbohydrates for parents with diabetic children.

We have translated our primary school menu into different languages to make it easier for parents whose first language is not English. Download a copy of the menu in a different language:

Special diets

We can provide special diets for pupils with allergies who want to have a school lunch. Special diets are provided for pupils with a medical problem, not just a dislike of certain food. Medical evidence confirming the child's allergy will be required. Visit our special diets page to find out more.