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arillion have considerable experience in every aspect of a school’s life cycle – from designing and building space that creates the best environment for learning, right through to its everyday needs.


Our aim is to build long term, lasting relationships with our clients. Our flexible and comprehensive menu of services can provide a bespoke offering tailored to each school; giving overall value for money and benefits for years to come. We can provide support services to schools at all levels and of all sizes. These services include: • Infrastructure support services including cleaning, health and safety compliance, catering, facilities management, ICT


infrastructure and managed services, energy services, capital works


• Business support services including academy conversion projects, financial management, HR planning and payroll services


• Education support services including school improvement, advice and support Carillion is a supplier to the Crown Commercial Service Facilities Management Procurement Framework (Contract ID RM708), providing easy access to services via direct award, eAuctions or further competition, for further details visit http://ccs.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/ It’s your school, your choice, so we have developed our Services to Schools Package,


allowing you to pick as much or as little as you want from what we have to offer. Choosing Carillion to supply services to your school will provide a more efficient approach, saving you money and, perhaps more importantly, time. We look forward to working with you to understand further where our services can meet your expectations.


umobile: 07794 396794 ue-mail: education2@carillionplc.com


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