• Final days to enter the EDUcatering Excellence Awards!

    Final days to enter the EDUcatering Excellence Awards!Read More >>

  • Meals & More holiday hunger programme becomes charity

    Meals & More holiday hunger programme becomes charityRead More >>

  • Cumbria school wins McDougalls Young Baking Team of the Year

    Cumbria school wins McDougalls Young Baking Team of the YearRead More >>

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Meals & More holiday hunger programme becomes charity

Meals & More holiday hunger programme becomes charity

Meals & More, the initiative created to put an end to holiday hunger, has been awarded charitable status.

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Cumbria school wins McDougalls Young Baking Team of the Year

Cumbria school wins McDougalls Young Baking Team of the Year

A primary school from Windermere, Cumbria, has won the 2018 McDougalls Young Baking Team of the Year competition after taking part in the grand final against four other schools at LACA The Main Event on 12th July.

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LACA School Chef of the Year launches for 2019

LACA School Chef of the Year launches for 2019

LACA’s annual competition to find the best school chef in the country has opened for nominations for 2019.

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Big Interview: The catering private school league

The quality of school catering is rising further up the agenda as more private schools battle to differentiate themselves

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Home away from home

There’s a growing number of teenagers from overseas coming to study in UK schools, many in readiness for progressing to the likes of Cambridge and Oxford Universities. Morag Wilson visits Abbey College in Cambridge to see how it’s leading the caterer, Harrison, to offer very different cuisine to that seen in most British schools

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EDUcatering Awards: Doing things independently

Double EDUcatering Excellence Award winner Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate has a five-year plan to revitalise its catering offer. Three years in and the school is on track to offer a totally innovative, inclusive service involving the whole school, writes Morag Wilson

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