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Cooking in the Curriculum

Cooking in the curriculum

Cooking in the Curriculum Training – Details of our courses.


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Cooking in the Curriculum training courses

West Midlands:
Wednesday 11 June 9.15 – 3.30 Catshill Middle School, Meadow Road, Bromsgrove, B61 0JW

London:
Wednesday 2 July 9.15 – 3.30 Dragon Hall, 17 Stukely Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5LT

We're delighted to see specific requirements for children to cook and learn about food in proposals for the new National Curriculum in England.

If you’re feeling daunted at the prospect – perhaps if your school doesn't have food technology rooms, or much experience of cooking with children and young people – don’t worry.

If there’s one thing we know from Let's Get Cooking, it’s that it can be fun and easy to cook with children in all sorts of places with just a bit of basic kit and simple recipes.

We can show you how to set up classrooms of all shapes and sizes with portable equipment so you can run practical cooking sessions with pupils anywhere, any time.

Our expert trainers can show you how to get started; building up the confidence of your staff and providing on-going advice and support. We can show you how to teach basic cooking techniques for all sorts of healthy meals.

Whether it’s INSET days for your whole school team or training for just a few members of staff, let us know what you need and we’ll design a package to suit you.

Don’t forget, our training’s accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health so you’re in safe hands.

A taster of some of our healthy, easy to cook recipes

Chickpea and Cauliflower Curry

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Ham and Leek Cheesy Crumble

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Sausage and Bean Hot Pot

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Spinach and Feta Pie

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Have your say

You can have your say about cooking in the curriculum by responding to the consultation by 16th April 2013.

Find out what other schools are doing

Find out how a school in Cumbria is using cooking to combine eight curriculum subjects for a mixed class of year four and five pupils. Read the short case study here.