Each student participated in the process by bringing in the necessary materials for cooking, such as pots and pans, to the food and spices necessary to make the meal taste good.
Students were very creative and healthy in their food choices, preparing baked bean, cheese, and tomato burritos to home-made guacamole and healthy oat pancakes with fruit salad.
Overall, this was a great experience in trying to prepare something quick and easy, but healthy, with the hopes that they will continue these good habits in University, where many will have to start cooking for themselves.
“We explored the aspect of healthy eating and teamwork, and really enjoyed the experience.” – Paula
“We learned to clean up after cooking!” – Maria
“We understand that presentation matters, the nicer it looks the more we want to eat it!” – Miguel
KS3-5 Humanities Teacher
Assistant Head of IBDP, Year 12 & Pre IB Leader