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FOOD PREPARATION AND NUTRITION


This year students have mainly been making great main courses to take home to share with their families. However in term 5 they were all given a project to complete on a Country of their choice. The majority chose Italy but we had some African, Spanish, Asian, Welsh and Indian projects too. Students research their chosen country to see what traditions and culture was like in regard food and then selected a range of products to make. The quality and level of skill was superb and I’d like to thank my 2 groups for all their enthusiasm, creativity and hard work.


YEAR 6 TRANSITION


As always it was a pleasure to welcome 2 groups of Year 6’s to experience some cooking in the Food rooms. They all made some beautiful cupcakes to take home for their family and friends. As well as learning how to make the cakes they learnt patience in allowing them to cool before icing. We all look forward to teaching them in September.


COOKING CLUB


On Wednesday after school Miss Haggart and Miss Savage have been running a cooking club to give students the opportunity to make delicious products of their choice. The dishes have been beautifully made and presented and some of the products chosen were:


s Chocolate Mousse s Lemon Cheesecake s Fish Pie s Banoffee Pie


Alfie in Year 7 has shown real dedication and has enjoyed everything except removing the digestive tract from the king prawns!!


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