The education catering specialist will begin operating at the school after the Easter holidays as part of the four-year deal. The AiP team will use the facilities as a hub kitchen for a further six satellite schools for which there will be a delivered meal service.
David Weller, AiP managing director, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for us because both the school and AiP strive to be environmentally sustainable, efficient and innovative with our daily procedures.
"We secured bronze and silver status for the Food for Life award across 89 contracts at the end of last year and now we've secured the Cressex contract, we'll be going for the gold in partnership with them."
Pupils, parents and staff will be invited to taster sessions at the start of the contract.
By Janie Stamford
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