Natalie Clarke has taught in Australian Schools as a Nutrition, IT, History, Learning Support and Special Education teacher for 30 years. Natalie has a Diploma of Teaching, Bachelor Degree of Education, Post Graduate Degree of School and Student Support and a Masters of Special Education. In her spare time, she has written numerous published children’s stories, educational resources for the classroom and various Apps. Through More Than Charms, she would like to bring light to the world.

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This unit has been designed for 8 to 16-year-old students to plan, develop and present an afternoon tea to invited guests. This is very visual so can be used for students with disabilities.


Discover what is an afternoon tea.
Plan an afternoon for guests

Cooking Practices and Techniques:

1. Learn all about safety and hygiene in the kitchen.
2. Plan, make and evaluate biscuits, cakes, scones and a variety of sandwiches.

Craft Activities:

1.Create a handmade invitation


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