This is six weeks worth of recipes for Christmas. Based on making gifts and edible decorations based on the theme of Christmas for my afterschool cooking club. No they’re not healthy but very fun and as it is a one off course I feel I can justify it just this once!
This covers up to three lessons. It involves the theoretical context of starch degradation, caramelisation and gelatinisation. The practical consists of making the custard and trifle to put into context the learning from the theory lesson.
A small revision booklet with information on how to answer exam questions for the new FPN exam along with some questions from the Collins book. I gave this to my year 11's for the Christmas holidays (oh how they love me) which can be used with the CPG revision guide.
This lesson focuses on seasonality and sustainability. It includes part of the documentary 'When a town runs dry' which allows students to gain an insight into the effects of drought on the economy of a small town.
Suitable for KS3 or for KS4 as a quick recap. This Powerpoint discusses the differences between macro and micronutrients and includes a range of tasks that can be used to help pupils explore food sources, benefits, the dangers of eating too much or too little.
Suitable for KS3, this lesson explores the eatwell guide recommendations and looks into a range of nutrients that students are expected to know as part of the new AQA catering and hospitality Technical Awards.