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School Catering Service

Saint Cecilia's Church of England School | Published January 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017

Provision of a school catering service for 11 to 18 year olds at Saint Cecilia's Church of England School. This includes the supply of hot school lunches, breakfast, morning break and afternoon break food services. Hospitality food services will 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 the school from September 2017. The contract is being offered 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 the school.

School meals

Grange Park Primary School | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017

Grange Park School is a 4 form entry primary school with a current roll of 780 pupils which will increase to 810 in September 2017 reach 840 in September 2018.

Most of the building is single story mainly dating back to the 1950's although they do have a 2-story block with 8 classrooms that was completed in 2014/2015.

The service is currently managed by Harrison catering Services Limited with a contract termination date of 31.8.2017.

Grange Park Primary School is a 4 form entry primary school.

Up to July 2016 the pupil roll was 750 pupils and from September 2016 it rose to 780 and will reach 840 in September 2018.

Meal uptake in 2015/16 was circa 455 per day for pupils and 11 per day for staff.

Current pupil meal price is 2.00 for pupils and 2.27 for staff.

Building construction work

City of London Corporation | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017

The City invites Tenders for the construction of the City of London Primary Academy Islington.

The range of works includes, but is not limited to:

— Provide a new build 2FE primary school;

— Provide a nursery to accommodate 30no 3-5 year olds and 8no 2-3 year olds;

— Create connected and exciting external play and learning spaces for the school, including separate designated Early Years play spaces for both Nursery and Reception classes and for the residential:

— Provide 100 % social housing with a mix as set out in the heads of terms;

— 10 % to be provided as DDA compliant units;

— car park free scheme.

Please refer to the ITT documentation for further information.

The range of works includes, but is not limited to:

— Provide a new build 2FE primary school;

— Provide a nursery to accommodate 30no 3-5 year olds and 8no 2-3 year olds;

— Create connected and exciting external play and learning spaces for the school, including separate designated Early Years play spaces for both Nursery and Reception classes and for the residential:

— Provide 100 % social housing with a mix as set out in the heads of terms;

— 10 % to be provided as DDA compliant units;

— car park free scheme.

Please refer to the ITT documentation for further information.

Summary of Construction Works

It is proposed that the 2 uses on the site are realised through 2 separate buildings, allowing both distinct phasing during the construction stages and simplicity of ongoing separate maintenance. The school design comprises a new build 3-storey L-shaped teaching block containing classrooms, group spaces, administration and staff areas. The formal front door is accessed direct from Baltic Street West making good use of a currently secluded area.

The classrooms are stacked across 3 floors. Nursery and Reception classes are on the ground floor with free flow access to their own external space. Pairs of classrooms are located on the first and second floors, giving each year group ownership of independent areas of the building. The circulation is located on the south side of the classrooms assisting with solar shading to the classrooms. Breakout spaces are located adjacent to the entrance to each classroom ensuring they are generous and well lit. The new hall will provide the space for a full catering kitchen and servery, and sufficient storage to allow dining chairs and tables to be easily stored to allow the hall to be used for both sport and gym.

The residential units are each simply planned, stacked, dual aspect homes. The height and mass of the residential development has been the subject of much discussion with the Planning Department throughout the development of the Stage 2 design.

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