Wolverhampton Catering Service is a well-established, flexible and friendly facility offering a service based on your own and Government requirements. Menus can be adapted to suit the needs of pupils to meet cultural, religious, vegetarian and special dietary requirements.
The catering service is accredited to Investors in People (Bronze) and Customer Service Excellence.
The service is accredited for Food for Life – Catering – Bronze award (awarded January 2014).Annual Customer Satisfaction Surveys encourage feedback and analysis of how we are doing – showing consistent year on year improvement. The Association of Public Service Excellence networks provides performance indicators for price, service uptake, key cost indicators, productivity and qualitative measures for the service throughout the UK in which Wolverhampton Catering Service is measured.
This is a 2+1 year Service Level Agreement that finishes in March 2019.
Secondary School Catering Service
Wolverhampton Catering Service can offer a well-established, flexible and friendly service based on your own and Government requirements.
Our aim is to provide a good quality, value for money service delivered in a timely and dependable manner - offered through dedicated, experienced and qualified staff.
Menus can be adapted to suit the needs of pupils to meet cultural, religious, vegetarian and special dietary requirements.
The catering service is accredited to investors in people (Bronze) and Customer Service Excellence. The Association of Public Service Excellence networks provides performance indicators for price, service uptake, key cost indicators, productivity and qualitative measures for the service throughout the UK in which Wolverhampton Catering Service is measured.
Occupational Health Service
The Occupational Health Service (OHS) aims to promote the health and wellbeing of employees. Through the provision of high quality advice and health surveillance our occupational health team can assist managers in reducing sickness absence and preventing injury at work.
Our Occupational Health Unit includes an Occupational Health Physician, Registered Nurses, Accredited Counsellors and Chartered Physiotherapists, who have access to a portfolio of services.
Working together our team can provide practical advice and guidance to manage sickness absence, medical capabilities, statutory responsibilities for health monitoring and duties under the Equality Act 2010.
Pests spread disease, cause damage and blight reputations. Schools need reliable, responsive, qualified and highly experienced pest control services that ensure their learning environments and grounds are kept trouble free.
A pest infestation in a school can be a very distressing experience and infestations can be expensive to eradicate. (E.g. A typical rat treatment provided by a pest control company can cost in excess of £150 per occasion.)
Pests spread disease, create unpleasant smells and cause considerable damage to property and must be treated straight away. The Team offer:
• Reliable, responsive, safe and effectively managed professionally qualified services
• Routine pest control inspections to keep rats, mice, fleas, cockroaches, ants and wasps in check (excludes Pharaoh’s ants)
• Changing of all rodent-monitoring stations as necessary.
• Carrying out any necessary treatments for the control of pests specified within your contract
• Completion of pest control reports on site and discussion with the school about how these are managed
• Ensure all relevant COSHH information is updated in your pest control report folder.
• Provision of advice on dealing with additional pests outside the core contract.
• Prompt emergency visits deemed necessary for the control of specified public health pests, (normally by the end of the following working day and at no additional cost)
• Follow-up Visits and ongoing management advice
Supporting School Improvement
Additional School Improvement Advisor time (above that allocated to your school category) can now be purchased on a bespoke, individualised basis to further support school improvement processes in your school (available to maintained, academy or free schools at every phase).
All LA School Improvement Advisors [SIAs] are former headteachers and senior leaders with excellent records of raising standards in their own schools. They all have significant experience of supporting improvement through review, alongside the planning and implementation of adaptation to school systems that lead to effective teaching and learning whilst as a result of their regular and successful work alongside HMI and Ofsted they have up to date understanding of the challenges that face schools through inspection.
These officers share the same high aspirations as you for your school and your pupils and have a broad and deep knowledge of the improvement challenges your school faces.
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