Feeding Surrey’s Future
A wealth of experience
We have been cooking good food in schools for over 70 years. We are on an incredible journey, taking all the good things from our amazing past, adding a sprinkle of culinary magic and transforming our catering offer.
Twelve15 – Says it all
We are Twelve15.
Twelve15 comes from our deep roots here in Surrey, the home of the Magna Carta that was signed in 1215 on the banks of the River Thames at Runnymede. This iconic great charter resonates with our own values in its belief of fair rights for every individual. It is our belief that every child has a right to good food.
We take our responsibility of influencing young people to make good food choices that will impact on their health and wellbeing so that they can enjoy long happy lives. 12- 15 is also the body fat percentage that the world’s top athletes strive to achieve so our name also reflects how seriously we take the healthy body development of future generations.
Twelve15 sounds like a time on the clock too. Team Twelve15 believes that we passed the last hour when it comes to our very special planet, Earth. We will do all that we can to ring the alarm bell louder to help people live a healthier, more responsible lifestyle, to be better with their bodies and the precious world around us.
Yes of course, Twelve15 is lunchtime too!
We were given the task after the Second World War: feed Great Britain’s future generation healthily. We’ve seen it all change over the past 70 years and we continue to transform with the times.
Ready to drive this transformation using our wealth of experience, our highly skilled professional staff have an undying passion for healthy, tasty food.
With us, Twelve15, the quality and the great taste of the school lunch is unquestionable.
Team of expertise
Meet the chefs of this term
Max is more than our herb of Provence, as he brings inspiration from around the world when it comes to flavours. He loves Chinese cuisine and he is a fan of Spanish street food. Kids say he makes the best brownies ever!
Josephine was only 6 years old when she knew she wanted to be a chef. She is drawn to Swedish cuisine. It was the fabulous Swedish flavour combinations that led her to be crowned London and South East School Chef of the Year in 2019.
Loves all things Italian, Asian and can’t resist berries. Rosemary and basil are her favourite herbs and as a real artistic and crafty creative, loves perfecting the finishing touches. She makes amazing dishes for the tummy and for the eyes too!
If there is something fishy, Karen is surely around. She loves fish dishes and she loves experimenting with different flavours and goes well beyond mushy peas. If you want to make her day, bring mint with you to the kitchen! That’s her very favourite herb.