News: Food Tech
Tuesday, 13 February is Pancake Day however, as it's during half term week, Mr Raynor started the annual pancake tossing competition early.
The longer half term has meant the pupils were lucky enough to have an extra practical lesson.
Whilst it was icy outside, these Year 9 pupils made it a little icy inside too when they made Christmas cupcakes.
Year 7 pupils joined Mrs Cowell after school to celebrate National School Meals Week by making Chicken Wraps.
A small but enthusiastic group joined Mrs Cowell in the kitchen on Wednesday after school to celebrate British Egg Week by making egg fried rice.
Thanks to the generous donations from pupils, parents and staff, the whole school got to enjoy some gorgeous treats whilst raising funds for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Priory's first Culture Day was celebrated with cultural dress, henna painting, a food market, music and after school cookery lessons.
Pupils in Year 8 & Year 9 have had the chance join Mrs Cowell in the Food Technology room for some after school creative cookery to celebrate International Carrot Day.
After school last Thursday our Year 7 pupils were invited to the Food Technology room to make Mexican Quesadillas.
Decorating some festive gingerbread biscuits was the order of the day in the latest after school food workshop.
It's not just the pupils who get to have expert tuition in the Food Technology room from Mrs Cowell.
Siblings, Seth and Reese, have raised funds for a charity close to their heart.
It was British Pudding Day this week and to celebrate, we opened up the Food Technology classroom after school for Year 8 pupils to make sticky toffee cupcakes.
This time it’s a ‘trip to Germany’ for Year 9 to make gingerbread house biscuits.
After school, Year 7 had their first opportunity join in some making and baking fun when Mrs Cowell invited them to make Greek cheese pies called Spanakopita.
Pupils had to be careful not to 'shake it up' when making their Shakshuka at Thursday's after school cookery club.
Here's Year 7 and Year 8's opportunity to join in some making and baking fun....
National Picnic Week celebrates everything there is about picnicking. This year, Food Technology teacher, Mrs Cowell, invited pupils to enter two inter-house competitions.
After school on Thursday, Mrs Cowell invited Year 8 pupils to join her for her World Tapas Day cookery club.
Mrs Cowell will be running her next Creative Cookery workshop for Year 8 on 16 June where you’ll be celebrating World Tapas Day!
After school on Friday, Mrs Cowell invited Year 7 pupils to join her for a Creative Cookery class where they baked rainbow biscuits.
This week in French, it was round two of Galette cake making for Year 10.
Mrs Cowell invited Year 9 & 10 pupils to join her for a Creative Cookery workshop where they baked cakes for Mother's Day.
Year 10 have been baking 'Galette des Rois' as they begin their next topic of Festivals and Celebrations as part of their GCSE French course.
Thank you to everyone who baked and supported the Science department's bake off in celebration of British Science Week.
Year 8 got a pizza the action when they attended Mrs Cowell's Creative Cookery Club.
Mrs Cowell proved that food is fun when she invited Year 7 pupils to join her for the Burn's Night-themed Cookery Club.
Christmas had come early in the Food Technology room when Mrs Cowell invited Year 9s to take part in her after school Christmas-themed cookery club.
There were sparks flying in the Food Technology room when Year 8 took part in the after school Bonfire Night-themed cookery club.
There were some spooky goings on last night in the Food Technology room when Mrs Cowell invited Year 7s to take part in her after school Halloween-themed cookery club.
From September, we would like to change to a system where school organises all the provisions and pupils bring their finished item home.
Food technology teacher, Mrs Cowell, tells us about its history and how to get your flip on!
Year 9 have been making peppermint creams in class this week as a fun end of term activity.
We had every colour of the rainbow as Food Technology teacher, Mrs Cowell, challenged pupils and staff to come up with their most kaleidoscopic baked masterpieces for her Cake Off competition.