Earith Primary School

Helping children improve in everything they do

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 Upcoming Events 

23 Jan 2018
20:00 -
FOES meeting
25 Jan 2018
12:00 - 13:00
Parent Lunch - Spring
26 Jan 2018
14:50 - 15:15
Celebration Assembly - General
02 Feb 2018
14:50 - 15:15
Celebration Assembly - Squirrels
09 Feb 2018
14:50 - 15:15
Heads Awards



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 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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This week at cooking club we made a delicious spinach, mushroom and onion lasagne, accompanied by some cheesy, garlicy bread.  We also made a delicious mess with the apple and berry mess – sweet and crunchy.


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This week we tackled Noodle and Sweetcorn Soup and Mango Chicken Pittas.  Both delicious and very easy to cook.  We had plenty of time on our hands so had a go and making chocolate chip cookies with the addition of some marshmallows, which had been kindly donated to the school by Mrs Wilson (Sophie’s Mum).  Unfortunately we had a bit of an eruption in the oven and they fell to bits – tasted brill though!  It is good for the children to see that sometimes cooking does not always go to plan.


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First week back at the Cooking Club.  We made Lamb and Lentil Moussaka, mini pancakes topped with mascarpone and strawberries and kiwi and shortbread.  It was all really delicious.  If you are interested in any of the recipes you can buy a copy for 50p from the school office.   All proceeds go directly to the Cooking Club.


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Our last week with this particular group of cooks!  We made onion soup with cheesy bread and chicken and butternut sage risotto, which tasted excellent despite Mrs Rudwick picking up the wrong type of rice. If you have never been to Cooking Club before just let Mrs Rudwick, Mrs Watson or Mrs Wardell know you are interested in coming along.  Look out for us at the Christmas Bazaar – we will have a couple of fun games for you to play.

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This week in cooking we made tasty toad in the hole and tempting Tiramisu.  It was all extremely yummy.


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