Barkway pupils' food for thought
PUPILS at Barkway First School have enjoyed a visit from the Food Standards Agency s Cooking Bus The Cooking Bus spends 42 weeks a year travelling to schools around the country, teaching children about food preparation and hygiene, as well as basic cookin
PUPILS at Barkway First School have enjoyed a visit from the Food Standards Agency's Cooking Bus
The Cooking Bus spends 42 weeks a year travelling to schools around the country, teaching children about food preparation and hygiene, as well as basic cooking skills.
Year 1 and Year 2 children enjoyed cooking and, of course, eating cheesy vegetable parcels.
Barkway School runs a popular lunchtime cooking club and also has a Food for Life group, made up of parents and teachers.
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Vanessa Clark is a parent member of this group.
She said: "The visit of the Cooking Bus will help to build on the success of the lunchtime cooking club.
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