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7ML Shows Off Cooking Skills with Staff Buffet

16 November 2018

7ML used their cooking skills which they have acquired over the past term to prepare a two course buffet and drinks to serve to staff from around the school.

  • 7ML Shows Off Cooking Skills with Staff Buffet
  • 7ML Shows Off Cooking Skills with Staff Buffet
  • 7ML Shows Off Cooking Skills with Staff Buffet

7ML used their independent cooking skill to produce a buffet consisting of tuna sandwiches, cheese sandwiches, fruit salad and milkshakes. In addition to this they also presented the food, created menus and invited staff to attend. The buffet was attended by various members of staff including Mr. Bull, Mr. Marshall and Mrs. Hancock. The event was a success with all staff and students having a great time.

Mr. Lewis was really proud of the progress the students had made over such a short period of time and would like to thank Mrs. Chelvee and Ms Zu for their efforts to make the cooking sessions such a success.

Maxwell Lewis
Year 7 Teacher