Our 'Eating-A-Rainbow' Cooking Competition June 2018
The four schools competing were featured in the Wilts Glos Standard!
Spring 2018-Easter Tea at Fairford Primary
Our Easter Tea Party was featured in the Wilts Glos Standard!
March 2018-Ripples Magazine
The Kitchen Club was featured in the Ripples Fairford & Lechlade March edition! The young chefs at Hatherop Primary put on a lovely afternoon tea (Generosi-TEA) for community members with help from The Kitchen Club. Click here to read the full article.
July 2017- Our School Achievements in 2016-2017 Newsletter
Each year keeps getting better and we are so proud of the children we worked with in several local schools this year. Our cooking lessons helped pupils learn about different cultures, travel through time with cooking, and how to prepare healthy dishes along the way. You can view our full newsletter here.
July 2017-Ripples Magazine
The Kitchen Club was featured along side Southrop Primary students as together they prepared a 3-course meal for community members to mark Ascension Day. Click here to read the full article on page 14.
May 2017- Ripples Magazine
This wonderful article uncovers how our nutritionist, Meliny Tim, obtained her love for cooking and passion for teaching primary aged children about nutrition. Click here to read the full article!
Spring 2017- THE KITCHEN CLUB'S IMPACT:
Bibury Primary School received a fantastic Ofsted Report this Spring. Noted in the report, The Kitchen Club was a contributing factor to their positive review! "Pupils’ cultural development is enhanced through cookery days that celebrate the food and culture of other countries."
New Funding to Boost Schools Facilities and Healthy Lifestyles
The Kitchen Club is commited to teaching children about cooking and eating healthy. In a press release published on 28 February 2017, Education Secretary, Justine Greening said "Schools can really help our children get a healthy start in life from exercise and sport, and also from knowing what a healthy diet means. The health and wellbeing benefits can last a lifetime." You can read more here.
Public Health of England
An excellent model for The Kitchen Club to follow and assist with teaching students about nutrition. This published guide is aimed at protecting & improving the Nation's health. You can find the Eatwell Guide Booklet~Helping you Eat a Healthy, Balanced Diet Here.
Cooking & Nutrition have been part of our National Curriculum since 2014: As part of their work with food, pupils should be taught how to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. Learning how to cook is a crucial life skill that enables pupils to feed themselves and others affordably and well, now and in later life. Read More....