Meals for children are provided via the Hampshire County Council Catering Services (HC3S) and served from the school kitchen in the Hall. From September 2018, school meals in Hampshire cost £2.30 each.
If you would like to arrange for your child to have school meals, either for a short period, or longer term, please ask for further information at Reception.
Please remember that the school does not offer a credit facility for school meals and we expect meals to be paid for in advance.
Outstanding meal debts will be dealt with initially by the school and those outstanding for a long period and / or of a significant amount will be referred to Hampshire County Debt Collection Services.
If you are having trouble paying for school lunches, please check whether you qualify for free school meals and speak to the office about a payment plan to reducing your outstanding debt.
Hook Junior School is officially recognised as a Healthy School having received the award in 2006. Health and healthy lifestyles is promoted throughout the curriculum and through the care and guidance given to pupils. Pupils are encouraged to take healthy choices in the way they live their lives and school policies aim to promote this in all areas of school life.
School meals follow a set menu on a three week cycle throughout the school year. You can view the school menu for each week in English and a number of other languages on the Hampshire County Council menu page. Offerings are also available for children with specific dietary needs.
Free School Meals
Some children may be eligible for free school meals; the criteria for eligibility includes being in receipt of specific benefits or support arrangements. You can check whether your child is eligible by completing an eligibility check via the Hampshire County Council website.
Further Meal Options
The Jacket Potato menu runs alongside the regular menu during the winter months and a choice of toppings is offered. During the summer term, children have the option of a picnic lunch.