AiP wins King Edward contract
Alliance in Partnership (AiP) recently secured the contract at King Edward VI School, a state funded academy trust in Stratford-upon Avon. The institution was recently recognised as The Sunday Times’ Parent Power State School of the Decade.
A varied and exciting food offering using locally sourced ingredients where possible was an important part of the brief to AiP. The company has introduced its Feed Me secondary school branding in the main dining area where a range of home-made dishes are being served, from traditional roasts with all the trimmings through to teriyaki pork and noodles. A particular favourite has been chef’s roast chicken dinner, with the boys eating their way through 14kg of vegetables in one day alone!
Sally Tyson, key client director for AiP, said: “The boys have really enjoyed the varied menus on offer and have been around the globe trying traditional British fare, Mediterranean, Asian, Mexicana and Indian food. The school places a lot of importance on students eating together, learning about meal etiquette and enjoying a range of different cuisines. It has been a great opportunity for us to really showcase our capabilities and to also see the students enjoying the food so much.”
AiP started the fast mobilisation in October half term, with the contract going live in November.