Earith Primary School

Helping children improve in everything they do

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 Upcoming Events 

27 Apr 2018
14:50 - 15:15
Celebration Assembly - General
29 Apr 2018
09:00 - 12:00
Car Boot Sale set up from 08.15
30 Apr 2018
Great Fire Of London - Owls Class
04 May 2018
14:50 - 15:15
Celebration Assembly - General
07 May 2018
May Day School closed



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.

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This was our final session with this group.  We made Jerk chicken, spicy traffic light rice and apricot and crunchy biscuits.  Quite a lot to do in our short session, but we managed.  If you want any of the recipes please ask at the school office.  We just ask for a small donation towards the cooking club.


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We were very busy this week making bangers with onion gravy and bubble and squeak.  Mrs Glover kindly joined us in Mrs Watson’s absence and did a very successful and ‘off-the-cuff’ apple tart.  All was delicious.


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Our first session back to cooking after the Easter holidays and we cooked a very tasty cottage pie accompanied by appley cabbage with poached pears for pudding.  We just finished on time!

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This was our last session this term and we ended on a spicy note.  We cooked speedy chicken biryani, aloo gobi and lamb samosas.  Parents and governors attending the parent consultations were drawn to the kitchen by the smells to see what was cooking.  We also had a very special visitor, Mr Kelvin Young, Chair of the Haddenham Steam Rally.  The Steam Rally Committee gave the club £100 towards our funds.  This helps us continue to offer the club free of charge to the children.


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We made the classic Chinese dish, Szechuan Pork, this week.  It was simple to make but delicious to eat.  For our pudding the children made mini pancakes with mascarpone cheese and raspberries.  To finish off we made one of our favourites – shortbread. 


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  This week we cooked ‘Amelie’s mozzarella meatballs’ with tomato sauce and spaghetti.  The children also made some cheesy garlic bread to accompany it.  We even had time to make an impromptu pear crumble.  All extremely delicious.


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Another new group this week.  We cooked a very tasty Thai Green Curry with rice and naan bread plus a Fresh fruit salad to follow.  This new group were really good at tidying up as well.  Watch out for what we are going to cook over the next few weeks.


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This was the final week for this cooking group. They made a scrummy ham and leek cheesy crumble, followed by apple triangles. Mrs Glover kindly helped out in the absence of Mrs Rudwick and Mrs Wardell.


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