Sodexo wins contract at top girls school
June 04, 2014
Sodexo has been awarded the contract to provide catering and hospitality services to The Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton, Middlesex.
Sodexo, the world’s largest services company, has been awarded the contract to provide catering and hospitality services to The Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton, Middlesex.
The five-year agreement will see Sodexo providing fresh food from scratch to staff and more than 800 seven to 18-year-olds from September this year.
Jeremy Alderton, managing director of Sodexo’s independent schools business, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded the catering and hospitality services at The Lady Eleanor Holles School.
“The school is deservedly one of the top ten girls’ schools in the country due to its excellent academic performance. We have been chosen to create a catering service to complement that level of excellence.
“The Lady Eleanor Holles School has some great facilities and our proposals are committed to enhancing the menu range, introducing live theatre cooking featuring dishes from around the world and presenting the food choices in a contemporary style. We’re convinced the meals in September will delight the School.”
Richard Nicholson, deputy head, said: “We are delighted to be working with Sodexo. Their vision and creativity is immensely inspiring; we believe the catering offer to our pupils, staff and visitors will be of the highest possible quality and very imaginative. We look forward to a very productive partnership.”