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Meal Management made easy. Empower students to eat well while improving the safety, efficiency, and productivity of your school kitchen with Meal Manager.
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A totally customisable solution giving real insight for all schools, from Multi-Academy Trusts to local nurseries.Tell Me More
Get unrivalled insights into schools’ changing attitudes towards efficiency, income management, parents’ evenings, mealtimes, and more – from over 3,000 school staff.
Flexible, scalable, secure. Let everyone pay through ParentPay – with or without a login. Collect for ALL types of school items. Perfect for PTAs, village fundraising, school nativities and much more.
Take the pressure off teachers and streamline your school office with hassle-free trip management. Our online dashboard makes managing trips of any size, year group, or location simple and painless.
Say yes to paperless parents’ evenings and alleviate admin headaches with online bookings. SchoolClouds Parents Evening software makes organising appointments easier than ever.
Whether it’s an incident, illness, or injury – it all needs to be logged. With Medical Tracker, you can report accidents, record care plans and manage medical conditions online.
Our cashless and paperless meal management system is trusted throughout the UK. Maximise efficiency, improve safety, and take the strain out of school dinners with our all-in-one solution.
Whether you’d like us to answer your questions, provide your school with a quote, or give a free demonstration of our system, we’re here to help. And, if it’s easier, we can come to you. Simply arrange to see us in person and we’ll show you how it all works.
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