Pay As You Feel.

The delicious vegetable soup, made by some children in 4CC.

The delicious vegetable soup, made by some children in 4CC.

And some jacket potatoes with beans.

And some jacket potatoes with beans.

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We fed lots of hungry customers on the play ground.

 Fed lots of hungry customers on the play ground.

The food for this ‘pay as you feel’ cafe was supplied by ‘fuel for schools’. This is food that would otherwise have gone to landfill but is delivered to school on Tuesday’s and made available for our school community. All we ask is a donation of what you can afford or are willing to pay. Look out for more opportunities to ‘pay as you feel’!

Fuel For Schools.

Carrots are harder to chop than you might think.

Carrots are harder to chop than you might think.

Next let's add some potatoes.

Next let’s add some potatoes.

Now cover the vegetables with stock and simmer.

Now cover the vegetables with stock and simmer.

Check the vegetables but be careful of the hot steam!

Check the vegetables but be careful of the hot steam!

Blend the cooked vegetables into a smooth soup.

Blend the cooked vegetables into a smooth soup.

After checking the seasoning. Enjoy!

After checking the seasoning. Enjoy!

 

Some year 4’s helped make soup with the vegetables delivered by ‘Fuel For Schools’. A great way to use up extra vegetables or those that are past their best. Try it for yourself, in the playground after school on Monday, along with some jacket potatoes! Just ‘Pay As You Feel’!

Icarus with year 6.

Year 6 baked shortbread angels wings, to serve to parents visiting school to see their work with Mrs Johnston. They have been studying the Greek myth about Icarus. Were you lucky enough to buy some of their spare biscuits on the playground, at the end of the day? If so, did you enjoy them?

Pass It On.

 

Apple Crumble With 3DC.

Four ‘always’ children helped me to bake apple crumble this afternoon. We first prepared our crumble mix then sliced the apples and added some blueberries. Ask the children about the amazing apple peeling machine!

Did you enjoy your crumbles? Did you eat them with custard, ice cream or something else?

Pass It On.

Two new cooks joined us today learning how to make Christmas cake. Once baked and cooled they were topped with marzipan and icing, ready to be collected at home time.

Pandora’s Box.

Year 6 have been studying the Ancient Greek myth of Pandora.

It took a lot of perseverance and determination to complete these gingerbread boxes, but we did it, with varying degrees of success! What would you have done differently?