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Lea Manor High School | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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55524000, 55520000

Interest is invited for provision of catering services to Lea Manor High School in Luton, Bedfordshire. The School has 1 173 students (2016/2017) and the contract is for an initial period of 3 years, followed by a maximum of 2 additional periods of 1 year, totalling no more than 5 years, commencing on 1.9.2017.

Following successful pre-qualification and invitation to tender. Interested companies will be invited to submit tender for the contract. A minimum of 5 and maximum of 7 companies will be invited to submit a tender. Tender returns will be scored against the criteria detailed in the I.T.T. which will be issued upon invitation.

School Catering Services

Stoke Park School and Community College | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline April 7, 2017
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55524000

Providing healthy and good quality catering services at the School.

Please note that this tender falls under the regulations of the Light Touch Regime of The Public Contracts Regulations 2015.

The School reserves the right not to award the contract which is the subject of this tender and reserves the right to terminate the procurement process at any time. The School will not be liable for any costs incurred by those expressing an interest in tendering or tendering for this contract opportunity.

School catering services

The Wellington College Academy Trust | Published March 16, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for The Wellington College Academy Trust. The estimated contract value is in the region of £500,000 net per annum. The contract will initially be for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for up to 2 years by mutual consent.

School catering services

Ash Grove Primary School (see additional information in 11.2.14) | Published March 16, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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55524000

School Catering Service. This catering tender process is targeted to have a catering contract in place to commence on 1.1.2018. The process will include the creation of a select bidder list following analysis of SQ documents (within which the scoring criteria will be included). The SQ document is available electronically via request to the email address in section 1 and the URL address noted in the same section. The contract will be for a 3 +1 +1 year period (5 years in total including the option to extend for the 1+1 years).

This tender process is targeted to have a catering contract in place to commence on 1.1.2018 for 8 primary schools in Cheshire East. The process will include the creation of a select bidder list following analysis of SQ documents (within which the scoring criteria will be included). The nature of the contract demands a good local infrastructure to provide and maintain the level and standard of catering service and support required by the group of 8 schools. Labour resource/ relief cover is very important. We have set a Minimum level of turnover for this tender at 250 000 GBP which takes into account the contract turnover and cash flow associations. This is a discretionary pass/fail question on the basis that we will consider any additional guarantees and formal assurances such as parent company guarantors or similar which must be included to support any submission. We have set a minimum Employer's (Compulsory) Liability Insurance of 10 000 000 GB. The SQ document is available electronically via request to the email address in section and the URL address noted in the same section. The contract will be for a 3 +1 +1 year period (5 years in total including the option to extend for the 1+1 years). The tender timetable will be detailed in the tender documents and is targeted at release of documents and site visit in early May with tender responses by mid-June and bidder interviews in September with contract decision in October.

This contract is for 7/8 Primary schools being Ash Grove Primary, SK11 7TF, Elworth CE Primary, CW11 3HU, Haslington Primary, CW1 5SL, Ivy Bank Primary, SK11 8PB, Leighton Academy, CW1 3PP, Styal Primary, SK9 4JE, Underwood Primary, CW1 3LF and potentially Hungerford Primary, CW1 5HA.

School catering services

Southborough CE Primary School | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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55524000

Provision of school catering at this popular 3 form entry Primary School. The school is situated in the Southborough Area in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Provision of school meals at Southborough Church of England Primary School. This is a 3 stage process requiring response to PQQ, before being invited to tender as 1 of a maximum 5 potential contractors with presentation before award.

School catering services

Fulwood Academy | Published March 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 4, 2017
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55524000

School Catering Service. This catering tender process is targeted to have a catering contract in place to commence on 1.9.2017. The process will include the creation of a select bidder list following analysis of SQ documents (within which the scoring criteria will be included). The SQ document is available electronically via request to the email address in section 1 and the URL address noted in the same section. The contract will be for a 3 +1 +1 year period (5 years in total including the option to extend for the 1+1 years).

This catering tender process is targeted to have a catering contract in place to commence on 1.9.2017. The process will include the creation of a select bidder list following analysis of SQ documents (within which the scoring criteria will be included). The nature of the contract demands a good local infrastructure to provide and maintain the level and standard of catering service and support required by the Academy management team. Labour resource and relief cover is very important. We have set a Minimum level of turnover for this tender at 250 000 GBP which takes into account the contract turnover and cash flow associations. In the SQ, this is a discretionary pass/fail question on the basis that we will consider any additional guarantees and formal assurances such as parent company guarantors or similar which must be included to support any submission. We have set a minimum Employer's (Compulsory) Liability Insurance of 10 000 000 GB. The SQ document is available electronically via request to the email address in section and the URL address noted in the same section. The contract will be for a 3 +1 +1 year period (5 years in total including the option to extend for the 1+1 years).

School catering services

The Wellington College Academy Trust | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for The Wellington College Academy Trust. The estimated contract value is in the region of 500 000 GBP net per annum. The contract will initially be for a period of 3 years with the option to extend for up to 2 years by mutual consent.

The Wellington Academy has been open since 2009 and is proud of its aspirational and inclusive educational offer. 2015 and 2016 were their best and second best results ever for both GCSE and 6th Form. They became a Multi Academy Trust in September 2014 at the same time as opening Wellington Primary Academy.

The Academy offers an education day and boarding pupils and they operate both primary and secondary schools, with pupils from all over the world.

The Academy's location means that service families are a significant element of our catchment and the Academy is proud to be the key point of military / civilian integration in the area. However, the Academy also serves all elements of the community, including the most vulnerable, and they are proud for their recent track record of success in this regard.

The vision for education at the Academy has been inspired by their sponsor, Wellington College: they believe in a strong extra-curricular and pastoral provision to complement academic excellence. They have recruited talented and well qualified staff who provide both high expectations in the classroom and the pastoral care that allows their students to flourish.

The facilities and resources are second to none in the area.

Catering services range from day pupil retail services, primary pupil breakfast and lunch, to boarding meals 7 days a week. The Academy also currently provides lunches to 2 local schools.

Further details are available in the procurement documents.

School catering services

Victoria Academies Trust | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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55524000, 55520000

Victoria Academies Trust wishes to appoint one contractor to provide catering services at the following schools:

Fibbersley Academy, Willenhall Walsall and Rowley Park Academy, Stafford.

Victoria Academies Trust wishes to appoint 1 contractor to provide catering services at the following schools:

Fibbersley Academy, Noose Lane, Willenhall, WV13 3BB,

Rowley Park Academy, 66 Highfield Grove, Stafford, ST17 9RF.

In tendering the Catering Contract, the Schools are looking for potential contractors to demonstrate their experience and expertise to manage the catering team and ensuring that they cook good quality meals from a range of creative and innovative menus, whilst ensuring compliance with Government Nutritional and Food Based Standards.

The schools want to appoint a caterer to provide a fully managed catering service.

The schools want the caterer to provide meals that will encourage the school community to make healthy choices and in turn increase the uptake of the meals that are served.

The catering provision will be based each school which has a purpose built modern kitchen and shared use dining room. Several catering staff are employed on Local Authority terms and conditions of employment. The invitation to Tender is for the 2 schools together to be managed by 1 contractor for the duration of the contract. No submissions citing a provision for either school as an individual contract will not be accepted.

The contract will be awarded for a period of three years, commencing from 1.9.2017.

Tender Schedule

A site visit to the School will be conducted to enable Tenderers to gain an understanding of the School site and the services required.

A site meeting has been arranged for 23rd and 24th March, commencing at 11:30. Tenderers will have the opportunity to view the existing catering facility and lunch service at the site.

No more than 2 representatives of each company are to attend the initial site meeting.

Tenders should be sent no later than 12:00 on 18.4.2017.

Tenders received after this date and time will not be considered.

Following detailed evaluation, short listed Tenderers may be required to make a presentation of their proposals to representatives of Fibbersley Park Primary School and Rowley Park Primary Academy.

Samples of food that is going to be served at each school will be required for no more than 10 people. Each company will also be required to prepare a presentation for a panel of no more than 10 people.

The date of the shortlisted tenders event is 18.5.2017

A final decision is anticipated by 20.5.2017.

School catering services

County Bridge Primary School | Published March 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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55524000

The Litmus Partnership have been commissioned by the Cluster to manage this project to ensure best value principles are achieved.

The catering service provision at the above six schools has not been market tested in recent years and to ensure best value principles are applied the Headteachers and school sponsors / governors of each school have made a decision to tender their catering services.

County Bridge Primary, Old Church and St Joseph's all have production kitchens on site. However, the other three schools will require a delivered-in food service and this should be taken into account when considering to tender for this project. It is expected all food served to pupils and staff will be freshly prepared on a daily basis including the delivered food option.

All six schools are in a radius of three miles of each other, thus making the logistics of managing the contract straightforward.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP;

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP;

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90 000 GBP per annum

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP;

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP.

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision.

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP;

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP;

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum;

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90000 GBP per annum;

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP;

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP.

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision.

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP,

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP,

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum,

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90 000 GBP per annum,

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP,

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP.

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision.

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP,

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP,

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum,

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90 000 GBP per annum,

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP,

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP.

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP,

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP,

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum,

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90 000 GBP per annum,

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP,

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP.

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision.

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

Current pupil roll numbers across all six sites is circa 1773:

— County Bridge Primary School: 204 pupils and 39 staff; annual turnover circa 45 000 GBP;

— Pool Hayes Primary School: 210 pupils and 38 staff; annual turnover circa 50 000 GBP;

— Old Church CofE Primary School: 360 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 60 000 GBP per annum;

— Salisbury Primary School: 345 pupils and 40 staff; annual turnover circa 90 000 GBP per annum;

— Pinfold Street Primary School: 418 pupils and 50 staff; annual turnover circa 64 000 GBP;

— St Joseph's Catholic Primary School: 236 pupils and 49 staff; annual turnover circa 40 000 GBP;

Current turnover value across all six locations is circa 350 000 GBP per annum including Free School Meals. Current uptake levels across all sites average out at circa 60 % and the schools firmly believe that with improved choice and quality there is a real opportunity to increase this level of uptake.

For the avoidance of doubt TUPE Regulations will apply to this contract and some of the current catering staff are in the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

County Bridge Primary School have their own arrangement in place with a contractor and Old Church, Salisbury, Pinfold Street and St Joseph's use another contractor. Pool Hayes' catering provision is currently managed by Walsall DSO.

The successful contractor will be expected to deliver a concise and detailed method of management reporting at the end of each month, thus updating the schools on contract performance. It is imperative that an open book policy is offered to ensure that each school has total clarity on financial performance.

The Cluster schools are seeking both innovation and the application of current food trends within the tender submissions and would expect as a result of this to be able to identify ‘best value’ and work in partnership with their chosen contractor going forward.

The schools have set seven key objectives which should be focused upon throughout the tender process. They are:

— All children enjoy a healthy, well balanced meal at lunch times ensuring meals fully comply with school meal nutritional standards,

— The service provision must be based on best value principles,

— To maximise the use of fresh food produce and minimise the use of convenience food products,

— Meet the cultural needs of all pupils and staff,

— Provide an appetising range of food for the children to choose from,

— The successful contractor must offer a high quality, cost effective and flexible catering service which meets all the children's needs and reinforces a consistent message of health lifestyles,

— The successful contractor must fully understand and implement safeguarding principles whilst carrying out the service provision.

The contract term will be for an initial period of 3 years and will be fixed price during the contract term and if any improvements to financial surpluses are generated then the contractor shall share these on an agreed percentage return. Free School Meals uptake and any ad hoc catering requirements will be invoiced on a monthly basis and detailed backup will be part of the accounting system.

School catering services

Tricon Catering Consultancy | Published March 2, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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55524000, 15894210

Provision of school meals at Through school located in the Borough of Barnet. The service comprises of three schools — Lower, Middle and Senior.

2-stage Restricted Procedure with interview/presentation of short listed tenderers.

School catering services

Old Swinford Hospital | Published March 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 13, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services to the pupils and staff, and all hospitality services for Old Swinford Hospital (the Client). The requirement will also include the provision of catering services to external lets that use the school premises during the holiday periods, as required.

The duration of the contract being offered is five years commencing on 1.4.2018, with the option of extending for a further period of two years, and will be on a guaranteed performance basis.

The school currently has approximately 700 pupils and this is broken down into 190 full boarders, 215 weekly boarders and 295 day pupils.

The current cost of catering is approximately 620 000 GBP per annum for the core catering costs and in addition to this free issues and hospitality will be charged on an as and when basis dictated by School events.

We seek by way of this tender a suitably qualified and experienced Supplier within this business sector who is able to provide innovation and change to Old Swinford Hospital moving into this contract term.

As part of that change we are seeking inward investment within the tender responses which is to be used to refurbish the kitchens and also ‘freshen up’ the front-of-house servery areas. Please ensure that within the tender timetable you have made adequate time for your preferred supplier to visit the school to prepare the formal scale drawings and plans and quotations for submission with your competitive tender.

School catering services

Reigate Park Primary School | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services for Reigate Park Primary School.

Reigate Park Primary School is the only 1 of its type within Derby City, educating hearing and deaf pupils alongside each other within a mainstream setting. Staff, pupils and families work in partnership to ensure that each child's educational experiences are of the highest quality. We are very proud of our ethos of ‘Inclusion for All’ and strive for the best possible outcomes for every child, whatever their starting point.

Our Vision is to ensure that Reigate Park pupils are: Highly aspirational, motivated and ambitious, committed to lifelong learning, skilled in communicating, adaptable and resilient, tolerant respectful citizens.

Children at Reigate Park with a birthday during the academic year all receive a cake!

The catering contract being offered will commence on 1.8.2017 for an initial period of 3 years, concluding on 31.7.2020, with the option at the governors' discretion to extend for a further term of up to 2 years. The contract will be offered on a guaranteed performance basis, with a service on each of the 190 full academic days and a hospitality requirement on 5 teacher training inset days.

The Client has operated an in-house catering service since September 2015. Turnover of the catering service in 2015/16 was circa 80 000 GBP. The Client invites Suppliers to consider what capital investment they may provide to improve the pupil meal experience and /or enhancement of food production facilities.

The successful Supplier is expected to have a strong local presence, as specialist caterers in the Primary School sector.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of catering services within the school, which currently includes breakfast club, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Free school meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption.

The Client expects the successful Supplier to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service, prepared on-site, in the well-designed and equipped kitchens.

The Client intends to focus heavily on healthy, fresh, seasonal, locally sourced produce and see the catering service as an exciting opportunity to complement the overall uptake, student and parent experience, through the regular introduction of new ingredients, themed and promotional events. The successful Supplier will be required to play their part in acting as a catalyst for improvement of the pupil experience.

The Senior Leadership Team and Governors have identified improved ‘value for money’ as a priority to parents and this is perceived as key to encourage an increased uptake of the overall catering service provided. The successful Supplier will work closely with the Client to manage the provision of catering and the overall ‘meal experience’, with pupil education on making healthy dietary choices being an important part of their educational experience.

School catering services

EMLC Academy Trust | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for EMLC Academy Trust.

The Trust was incorporated in July 2012 for the purpose of establishing, maintaining, managing and developing academies and free schools as world class centres of excellence.

EMLC Academy Trust's vision is that every child deserves to be the best they can be. As part of this vision, EMLC Academy Trust aims to develop centres of excellence for leadership and teaching and learning and where pupils are safe and engaged in their learning. The Trust is driven by the moral purpose of making a significant difference in areas where failure has been ingrained and ambitions stunted.

By 2019, EMLC Academy Trust aims to be sponsoring between 12-15 open academies.

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services to the following EMLC Academy Trust schools:

— Orchard Academy, Springfield Boulevard, Milton Keynes, MK6 3HW.

— Shepherdswell Academy, Billingwell Place, Springfield, Milton Keynes, MK6 3NP.

— Stimpson Avenue Academy, Stimpson Avenue, Northampton, NN1 4LR.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering and vending services within the Academies, which also includes all hospitality and free issue requirements.

The duration of the contract being offered is 3 years commencing on 1.8.2017 and concluding on 31.7.2020.

The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at ‘net’ food cost only.

The contract value is estimated at 280 000 GBP p.a.

School catering services

Parklands High School | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for Parklands High School.

Parklands is an 11-16 mixed, non-selective, standalone Academy located in Chorley, Lancashire. The school is justifiably proud of its tradition as a caring, forward-looking, successful school which is constantly seeking out ways of improving upon and extending the range of opportunities it offers to its pupils and the community.

The school has approximately 1 100 pupils who are currently catered for through 1 kitchen and dining area. There is a biometric cashless catering system in place. The school promotes healthy eating and expects its catering partner to be proactive in offering choices that support healthy eating and in promoting healthy eating to pupils and staff. There is also a requirement for hospitality provision, some of which may be in the evenings.

The Client is keen to ensure that best value is received from the catering contract and to this end is seeking expressions of interest from Suppliers who are experienced in managing catering services within the education sector and specifically for secondary schools. The successful Supplier will be able to demonstrate that it has the resource and expertise within this geographic area to support the contract. The contract will commence on the 1.9.2017 for an initial period of three years with the option to extend for a further 2 years.

Contract value is approximately 570 000 GBP.

School catering services

Pembury Primary School | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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55524000

Provision of school catering services to 2 Primary schools within the Royal Tunbridge Wells area of Kent.

This will be a 3 stage process:

Pre Qualification Questionnaire,

Invitation to Tender,

Presentation.

School catering services

St James' CE Infant School | Published March 23, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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55524000

Provision of school meals at an infant and junior school in Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent.

This is a 3 stage process:

Pre-Qualification Questionnaire;

Max. 6 will be invited to tender;

Max. 3 will be invited to presentation.

School Catering Service

Believe Academy Trust | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 19, 2017
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55524000, 55523100, 55520000

Provision of a school catering service for 3 to 11 year olds at 2 schools within Believe Academy Trust. These schools are Southwark Primary School in Nottingham and Arnbrook Primary School in Nottingham.

This includes the supply of hot school lunches, breakfast, and morning break services. Hospitality food services may also be required occasionally. The aim of the new catering service will be to improve the quality of meals offered, increase take up of school lunches by making them more attractive than a packed lunch option and to promote healthy eating.

The appointment of successful tenderer will be made in order to ensure a new contract for catering is in place for both schools from September 2017. The contract is being offered for the two schools for an initial period of three years with two possible extensions of 12 months each.

There is a school catering kitchen and refectory onsite at each school.

TUPE is expected to apply at each school, details of which can be found in the tender documentation.

School catering services

Sir Frederic Osborn School | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for Sir Frederic Osborn School.

Sir Frederic Osborn School is a secondary school in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. On 1.3.2017, the school converted to foundation status. The school is currently considering converting to become an Academy.

The tender project is seeking to appoint a Supplier whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of service within the existing facilities for the 598 students on roll and 108 teaching and support staff, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. The Client would wish the successful Supplier to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly.

The contract being tendered is for three years in duration from 1.8.2017 to 31.7.2020 and will operate as a guaranteed performance contract, with the successful Supplier offering the Client a guaranteed return / cost per annum for the provision of catering services. Sovereignty of the cash tariff is to remain with the Client for the duration of this contract.

The academic year is based on a calendar of 195 days. Five days are to be used for staff professional development which means that School will be open to receive students for the legal minimum of 190 days.

The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the school, which currently includes morning break, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost and Free School Meals will be charged on uptake.

Whilst the Client prioritises value for money as a key objective of the competitive tender process, the governing body is not obliged to accept the lowest price.

The Client expects the successful Supplier to enable the continued development of catering through the provision of an innovative, healthy food service, with fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients being prepared on-site. The Client expects the successful tenderer to evidence, through their bid, how they shall support and complement its values and support the principles of Every Child Matters.

The Client believes that success should be celebrated and that pupils should enjoy their time at school; if lessons are stimulating and challenging then students will love learning. Much time therefore, is spent reviewing and planning schemes of work to ensure that they are differentiated to meet the needs of all students. As a result, the Client is very enthusiastic regarding work experience and apprenticeship proposals and would welcome the input of the successful Supplier.

As a school who are continually seeking ways to improve and develop the ethos and environment for students and staff, to give them the facilities they deserve and need to meet the challenges of the 21st Century, any consideration regarding inward capital investment as part of the Supplier's tender submission would be welcomed. The Client would wish for the Supplier to look at making this investment within the sixth form centre and Sports Centre which attracts 48 hirers across a range of sporting activities.

Please be advised that:

— this contract will be let on a 3 years plus 2 years basis,

— there are currently 6 staff employed to deliver the catering service,

— there are currently 4 catering staff in the LGPS,

— the catering service is currently run in-house,

— the Client has a minimum requirement for a Supplier's employer's liability/ public liability and professional indemnity insurance of 5 000 000 GBP,

Further information is provided in the SQ Document.

School catering services

Fullhurst Community College | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for Fullhurst Community College.

To be part of Fullhurst Community College is to transform lives. We are proud to serve a diverse community of over 900 students, aged 11-16 years, on our large site in south west Leicester and are oversubscribed each year. As the first school in Leicester to be rebuilt under the ‘Building Schools for the Future’ programme, Fullhurst provides an exceptional environment in which to learn and work.

Students follow personalised pathways for learning which meet their individual needs. Our curriculum is broad and varied enabling each student to thrive. We also offer an extensive range of extra-curricular activities including sport, music, art and languages. We want our students to be excited by their learning in the classroom and beyond, committed to achieving their very best and confident about their futures.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering and vending services within the school, which also includes all hospitality and free issue requirements.

The duration of the contract being offered is three years commencing on 1.9.2017 and concluding on 31.8.2020.

The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at ‘net’ food cost only.

The contract value is estimated at 180 000 GBP.

School catering services

Ormiston Denes Academy | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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55524000

The successful Supplier will be required to provide catering services for Ormiston Denes Academy.

Ormiston Denes Academy is a secondary school with academy status located in the northern outskirts of Lowestoft, Suffolk. It has around 900 students aged 11 to 16.

Part of the Ormiston Academies Trust, the school is situated on Yarmouth Road, the A12. It is also home to a sports training centre open to the public.

As the largest Academy in Lowestoft we are fortunate to be able to provide first-rate facilities across the curriculum. Our new arts centre, refurbished technology classrooms, 3g Astroturf pitches and extensive ICT infrastructure are a few examples. However, providing an excellent environment for learning is just one of the aspects ensuring that students are able to focus on the core purpose of being in school; their education.

The contract covers the scope for the provision of all catering and vending services within the Academy, which also includes all hospitality and free issue requirements.

The duration of the contract being offered is three years commencing on 1 September 2017 and concluding on 31.8.2020.

The contract being offered within this tender will be based on a guaranteed performance basis with all free issue requirements and hospitality being recharged on consumption at ‘net’ food cost only.

The contract value is estimated at 180 000 GBP p.a.