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Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm

As part of our getting to know you back to school activities we decided to get out of the classroom and into the kitchen.

  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm
  • Year 4 Kingfishers Cooking up a Storm

The perfect ingredients for a happy class is collaboration, risk taking and learning step by step. Kingfishers certainly did this today whilst mixing together the perfect ingredients for a delicious rocky road chocolate brownie.

If you had been lucky enough to catch sight of us cooking up a storm in the cookery room you would have been sure to see happy, well behaved children taking turns to mix, melt and make mouthwatering brownies.  We are looking forward to enjoying our delicious tray bake creations tomorrow afternoon while reflecting on our wonderful first week back at school. 

By Catherine Farquharson

Lower KS2 Academic Leader, Year 4 Kingfishers Teacher