Our School Lunches are provided through the Hampshire Catering Service, HC3S. Our cook, Mrs Angela Weston and her team serve a variety of well balanced and tasty meals which are cooked on site in our own kitchen. 

Children in their first three years at primary school (EYFS and Key Stage 1) are provided with a school lunch free of charge as part of the Government’s ‘Universal Infant Free School Meals’ initiative.  


An important feature of school meals at Andrews’ Endowed is that we like our children to know where their food comes from. We have a strong tradition of school gardening at our school, and much of what is grown and harvested makes its way into the school kitchen. Mrs Weston takes delivery of the crops from the children, and then she incorporates the produce into the menus, letting the children know which recipes she has used them in.  ON their 30th Anniversary HC3s presented our school gardeners with commemorative herbs and wild flower seeds, in recognition of the excellent collaboration between our school kitchen and our school gardens.  

Does your child need a medical special diet to eat lunch at school? If so, you need to create an account to register your child for a medical special diet.

Once you have created your account, we will be able to review your medical evidence with our NHS dietician in order to devise an adapted menu for your child’s school lunch.

Living with allergies comes with its own set of rules so when it comes to food, as education caterers, we want to make this as easy as possible for you as a family. Our staff are trained in food safety and regularly update their skills on allergens. We never underestimate the dangers of food allergies and intolerances and that’s why we work hard to get it right.