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YEAR 7 FOOD PREPARATION AND NUTRITION


Food Preparation & Nutrition (continued) COMIC RELIEF BAKE OFF


This year students have been getting used to different equipment in the kitchens. They have learnt how to weigh ingredients, use the measuring jugs accurately, blending foods to make them smooth as well as using the cooking hobs and ovens. They have made a wide variety of food:


s Fruit salad – knife skills s Soup – blending and peeling s Pizza – yeast, dough and Kneading s Honey crunch muffins – Creaming s Fruit crumble – rubbing in method s Savoury bites – Pastry


This seems like an eternity away now! But it narrowly missed the last newsletter and I promised the bakers a little write up...


The turn out for this event was excellent, running over two evenings to bake and decorate their master pieces. Students joined up with a member of staff to get planning and baking. This years efforts were among the best we’ve ever had and the competitive spirit was there from the start. We were lucky enough to have some celebrity judges too! A whopping £120 was raised as all cakes were sold on the Pupil Progress Day. Thanks to all the eager students and staff involved and below are some of the master pieces and the bakers hard at work!


The winning team was Miss Edwards and Maisie Long with Aflie Waker a close second.


YEAR 12


Year 12s have been busy all year not only producing 3 stunning pieces of coursework but studying hard for their food science exam. It’s one of the few subjects which still do an AS and A2 exam! The photos are just some of the practical work they’ve completed this year.


Miss Savage, Head of Food and Textiles www.matravers.wilts.sch.uk


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