Year 1 are starting to learn about reading and writing instructions in our English lessons. So, yesterday we went to the kitchen and followed a set of instructions on how to make a Gingerbread Man. The children were amazing at pouring, mixing, kneading, rolling and cutting to create their biscuits. The children really enjoyed decorating them and they made sure they ate their Gingerbread Man before he RAN AWAY!
For our final week of cooking club, we made festive biscuits! They tasted delicious!
Children in Upper School Cooking Club have been cooking up a storm recently! We have made sweet and savoury dishes in our sessions, and everything we have made has been delicious! Here we are making pasta salad.
After reading the story ‘Pumpkin Soup’ we had a go at making our own pumpkin soup! We all enjoyed dipping our bread into the soup and thought it was delicious.
Year 6T have spent this week in the kitchen cooking up a storm! They homemade a 3 course Mexican-inspired meal consisting of guacamole and nachos, veggie chilli con carne and chocolate cheese cake. Everything was delicious!!! The children then ate their meal together with their group to celebrate.
Recently, we have been focusing on the story Handa’s Surprise in our English lessons. In the story, Handa wants to surprise her friend with lots of different fruit. We started to think about where different fruit comes from from around the world and how it is grown. The children then tinkered by tasting a variety of fruit to which helped them design their own fruit kebab. We then went to the kitchen to make our fruit kebabs and the children explored how to peel, chop, slice and create a kebab on a stick. After they had made it they got to enjoy eating it and they were even superstars and cleaned and tidied away everything they had used in the kitchen.
Well done Year 1!!
Two of our upper school pupils cooked up a storm in our school kitchen.
Over the course of three weeks, the children researched a meal that they would like to create, listed the ingredients and practised cooking skills that would help them to prepare the food successfully.
Finally, the children were able to apply their hard work and make a dish of their choice.
I think we can all agree that they did a great job perfecting their creations.