Y10 GCSE students enjoyed the fruits of their labour in a recent Food Preparation and Nutrition lesson.
The 14 and 15-year-olds made their own fruit jam, butter and scones as part of their practical programme of studies – and hosted their very own tea party for classmates.
The cohort is learning about primary and secondary food processes. Primary food processing turns agricultural products, such as raw wheat kernels or livestock, into something that can eventually be eaten. Secondary food processing is the everyday method of creating food from ingredients that are ready to use.
Subject teacher, Miss Rachael Baker, said: “As always, the class worked well together and I was very impressed with their initiative and enthusiasm, and of course the delicious end results!”Posted on