Date Posted... Jan 29th 2021

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As you can see from the incredible gallery of photos, the cookery activity has been hugely popular.

Their cookery skills are really taking off, with many children now able to make dinner for their family. It was wonderful to hear that Millie’s pasty was a surprise home delivery for her grandma, it would have made her day!

Some of you are getting more adventurous with your recipes, including Woody in Year 6, who made fantastic marmite and cheese pasties.

Several weeks of recipes have been uploaded to Teams, hopefully giving you more time to organise ingredients and greater flexibility about which recipe suits your store cupboard.

There is absolutely no problem with switching things around – for example, Year 3 and Year 4 could make blueberry or cheese muffins, instead of chocolate muffins next week…

 Year 3 and Year 4 cookery

 Session 1 – Pizza, Session 2 – Soup, Session 3- Turnovers, Session 4 – Chocolate muffins

Special mention to Isaac (cookies, turnovers), Hetty (turnovers), Millie (turnovers, sausage rolls) and Erys (pizza) in Year 3, and Archie (soup) in Year 4.

Year 5 and Year 6 cookery

 Session 1 – Pizza, Session 2 – Pasties, Session 3 – Pasta with homemade tomato sauce, Session 4 – Soda bread

A big high five to Rosie (Pasty, pasta and tomato sauce), Millie (pasty, pasta carbonara), Evelyn (pizza), William (meatballs in tomato sauce with pasta), Lowen (pasty, pizza) and Finley (shortbread biscuits with raspberry sauce) in Year 5.

A huge well done to Esme (pasty, pizza), Ameera (pasty, pasta and tomato sauce), Christian (pasty, pasta), Hector (pizza), Evie (roasted vegetables sauce), Joe (pasta), Sarang (pizza, meatballs in tomato sauce with pasta), Grace (tomato sauce with pasta), Clara (pasta), Jack M (pasty) and Woody (pasty, pasta) in Year 6.

If you think I have missed you out, please email me for a special mention in the next cookery gallery.

Mrs Luxton