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Elior UK wins £1.1m contract for independent Oxford school

12 August 2014 by
Elior UK wins £1.1m contract for independent Oxford school

Elior UK has been awarded a £1.1m, five-year catering contract at Rye St Antony School, Oxford, an independent boarding and day school.

Starting in September, the contract will see Elior serving around 500 pupils, including girls boarders aged 3 to 18 years old and boys aged 3 to 8 years old, a well as staff.

The caterers will provide breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner for boarders, as well as catering for school events.

As part of its plans to improve the existing services, Elior will install a new soup station and extend the hot service space, condiment unit and clearing station. It will also provide students with detailed nutritional information about the dishes on offer.

Paul Fisher, director of education, Elior UK, said the company was delighted to be working with Rye St Antony.

"The catering is really important for the wellbeing and experience of pupils, especially boarders who have three meals a day at school. That's why our focus is to deliver a wide range of quality dishes throughout the day, and to keep the menu fresh and exciting."

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