Earith Primary School

Helping children improve in everything they do

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 Upcoming Events 

16 Dec 2019
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Dress Rehearsal for Christmas Production
17 Dec 2019
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Christmas Production
18 Dec 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Christmas Lunch
18 Dec 2019
18:00 -
Christmas Production
19 Dec 2019
00:00
Christmas Parties
December 2019
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We believe that cooking is a core life skill and our aim is to give everyone the opportunity to learn to cook and enjoy good food.

Cooking club is run by Mrs Rudwick, Mrs Watson and Mrs Wardell for KS2 pupils.

If your child would like to join in the sessions please contact the School office.

 

This was the last Cooking Club of the year.  We made our tasty spag bol and now infamous cheesy garlic bread.  Have a good Christmas and don’t forget to look out for the Cooking Club weekly bulletins next term.  This was the last Cooking Club of the year.  We made our tasty spag bol and now infamous cheesy garlic bread.  Have a good Christmas and don’t forget to look out for the Cooking Club weekly bulletins next term.  
If your child would like to join, whether they have been before or not, please just speak to us in the office.

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We had another new group of younger pupils this week.  We made homemade cheeseburgers and roast potato wedges.  And because the children did so well and tidy up quickly we learnt some really bad food related jokes and had a fun quiz.

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This week our little group made a traditional spaghetti Bolognese accompanied by the now infamous garlic bread and as we had a little bit of extra time we made a small fruit salad.  We saw some excellent chopping skills and some very keen washing up.

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This week at Cooking Club we had some of our younger pupils along.  They made homemade cheeseburgers accompanied by roast potato wedges.  They all took part with great enthusiasm and proved to be both excellent chefs and tidy-uppers!

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This week we made an old favourite at Cooking Club – Chilli Con Carne with rice and accompanied by our very special and very tasty cheesy garlic bread.  It is our last session for this half term next week so watch out for more news. 

If you would like your child to join Cooking Club but have missed the ParentMail application please speak to the office staff at any time.

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This week we made an old favourite at Cooking Club – Chilli Con Carne with rice and accompanied by our very special and very tasty cheesy garlic bread.  It is our last session for this half term next week so watch out for more news. 

If you would like your child to join Cooking Club but have missed the ParentMail application please speak to the office staff at any time.

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This week we moved to another part of the world in Cooking Club – India.  We made Chicken Tikka Masala, pilau rice and naan bread.  It rivalled any takeaway and we would highly recommend you give the recipes a go.  They are all very easy.  Watch out for next week’s tasty instalment.

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Cooking Club met for the first time this school year.  We were very depleted in numbers this week for various reasons and we only had two, but very keen, young cooks join us.  We have an ‘Around the World’ theme this half term and kicked off with Chinese.  We made Chow Mein, Chinese mixed vegetable stir fry and finished with toffee and sesame bananas which were delicious and not all fattening.  If you would like to have a go at any of the recipes you can find them on the website.  If your child would like to join Cooking Club it is never too late to join up.  Speak to one of us in the school office.

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