The Wavell School

The Wavell School Specialist Technology College

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The Café uses a biometric system which means that students need to deposit money into their accounts before being able to make their purchases. We have two up-loading machines in school where students can deposit their money; alternatively, you may wish to access our on-line payment service SCOPAY. 

As a Parent you are able to see what your child has been spending and eating, on a daily basis, by logging onto your SCOPAY account. 



 Pay Online


Download the SCOPAY App and pay anytime, anywhere.


All students are expected to stay on site for lunch. Lunchtime passes are only available to very special cases if you want your child to go home for lunch, i.e. medical reasons.


Students must not eat or drink in classrooms or corridors at any time.

No Nuts

We request that nuts are not brought in packed lunches.

Chewing gum and cans of fizzy drink are also forbidden.


Breakfast Menu

Deli Menu

Break & Lunch Menu

If you have a food allergy, food intolerance or coeliac disease and wish to order a meal please inform student reception in the morning before P1. We will be more than happy to provide you with a full list of ingredients used in all our dishes on request so that you can make an informed decision on what to eat.

The Wavell Café

Due to the restrictions currently in place due to Covid-19 we have had to make temporary changes to our canteen provision. 

All food must currently be taken to be eaten outside or under one of our three canopies. We ask that all litter is placed in the bins provided.


Our school caterers are award-winning caterers HC3S.


Breakfast service is available from 8.00-8.20am. 

PDF icon Breakfast Menu

It’s an explosion of exotic ingredients, it’s a veritable feast, yet it’s all about the taste

Street food is here to stay, especially in secondary schools as it’s easy to hold and perfect for socialising while eating. Of course, there are also main dishes that you can eat with a knife and fork so there’s plenty of choice, and all of it’s freshly prepared.
During morning break and lunch, hot and healthy light bites as well as nutritious lunches are available alongside a variety of snacks such as sandwiches, jacket potatoes, pizza, fruit and milkshakes.  There’s something to suit everyone’s taste.

The biometric system means it’s easy to speed through the queues so students don’t need to worry about carrying loose change.

PDF icon Deli Menu

PDF icon Lunch & Break Menu

Find out more about HC3S at , menus and theme days, follow them on Facebook @hc3s Education



Online “Free School Meal” Eligibility Checking

Hampshire County Council Catering Services (HC3S) has an online service so parents can check their eligibility for free school meals themselves.

This self-service option is available here

Please note that the criteria for free school meals is the same, regardless of method of checking eligibility, but for the online service, all you need to do is enter your name, national insurance number or asylum number, your address and your child’s details. Press ‘submit’ and you will find out if you are eligible.
If your result comes back ‘found’, this means your child is eligible for free meals and the system automatically tells your school. No more hassle in digging out paperwork and going into school to get it checked!

For more information, check out the web address above, or phone Sue Martin on 023 8062 7738.