Cashless Catering for Schools: We All Need a Break
“Cashless catering can contribute to making lunch times more efficient, so students in turn can be more efficient back in the classroom. We need to ensure that lunch times are protected, so that important social development can take place. The great thing is, cashless catering helps achieve this, while all at the same time, letting schools catch a break or two financially and operationally.”
BioStore presents its full White Paper on the benefits that cashless catering can bring to schools. You can read the whole White Paper now, with no registration required!
Students across the country are given a break twice a day because those breaks are important for their social development. A proper break also ensures that they are better prepared to learn and work when in the classroom.
This White Paper explores the importance of break and lunch times and how cashless catering can help improve its benefits for both students and schools.
The White Paper covers:
- The importance of the social development that takes place during break and lunchtimes – something the classroom can never deliver.
- It’s not just about getting a break, but a healthy one too – how does cashless catering help improve this?
- The plight of disadvantaged students – it’s those who don’t get a hot healthy meal at home who benefit most from strong catering solutions.
- How cashless catering can help schools improve their internal kitchen operations
- Schools could do with a few financial breaks too. Cashless catering can be a part of that in the long-run.
BioStore is a UK owned and run business, and since 2005 has been amongst the leading suppliers of IT solutions developing identity management technologies. Providing high quality, secure systems for schools and businesses, BioStore’s solutions make it easy to manage the various software applications in use through a secure central user database.
Our FasTrak Cashless Catering & Attendance is a simple to use but powerful integrated system, that solves many of the day-to-day administration problems faced in today’s busy Schools and Academies.