Alliance in Partnership (AiP) has won the contract for five new schools in Bristol, delivering nearly 2,000 meals on returning after half term.
The contract, worth more than £500,000, is to provide school catering services for olston Primary School, Christchurch C of E, Stoke Bishop C of E Primary School, Westbury on Trym Primary School and Bristol Hotwells Primary. Each school will have AiP’s Food Smart primary school branding and new menus, with some schools getting new salad carts as well.
“We were delighted to have secured the business for these five Bristol primary schools. Mobilisation of all the schools on the first week back after October half term was superbly co-ordinated with the AIP team in the region, headed by Jenny Roberts, business director and the newly appointed dedicated manager for the cluster, Teresa Fenwick,” said Sally Tyson, key client director for AiP. “Teresa has played a vital role throughout the mobilisation process ensuring that the schools were up and running smoothly with minimum interruption to the school day.”
It is just the latest contract win for AiP, which recently included Alleyne’s Academy in Stone Staffordshire, a mixed 13-18-year-old high school. As part of that contract, AiP is offering improved and varied menus at breakfast, lunch and morning break, as well as a separate sixth form offer with new food and coffee service. The school features the new Feed Me secondary school branding and includes a guest bar where live cooking demonstrations can be held. A Moroccan food day was held last month to launch the service.