Cooking a Delicious Meal From Scratch - Pizza and Pie
In this class learners cook an allergy friendly meal for their family. They'll bake pizza (including bases) from scratch AND a yummy apple pie. Learners gain confidence and autonomy with step by step instructions, demonstration and support.
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When young people get into the kitchen to bake, they not only learn to cook but they also develop so many life learning skills so they build their confidence, autonomy, organisational skills, problem solving and resilience. It's the stuff that's so much harder to teach in school! I believe that ALL young people can cook real, tasty and nutritious food when they're given the support to have a go. So in this class we'll: * Make our own pizza dough (from scratch) * Roll it, bake it and top it...
Students will be learning practical and hands on cooking skills, which teaches nutrition and healthy living. Students will be developing their self awareness, self management, social awareness and social management during the sessions by asking for support as needed, and engaging with other students in the class. Maths - Measurement and estimation English - Reading procedural texts. English - Following verbal and written instructions. Science - Chemical Sciences - Students will be exploring the physical properties of natural materials in food stuffs.
Don't be shocked by this list. I lay it ALL out for you so there are NO surprises. Get in touch if you're not sure about something (as many times we can substitute for something else). Once you are registered for the class, I will provide the actual quantities etc. For the Pizza: self-raising (self-rising) flour plain unsweetened yoghurt (greek is best) olive oil pizza tomato sauce/paste your favourite pizza toppings sliced and ready to use grated cheese For the Swedish Apple Pie: 3-4 apples, (peeled and cored before class - pop them in a bowl of water to stop them going brown)) 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon + ½ cup sugar 1 cup all purpose flour 2 eggs ¼ cup butter - melted Equipment: Clean Kitchen bench Oven Chopping board and child safe knife. 2 Medium sized mixing bowls Measuring cups & spoons Wooden Spoon, Rolling Pin, Spatula Plate/Containers 2 large Baking Trays Deep pie plate/dish Cloth for dirty hands/wiping the bench
The assessment is Learning AS Assessment. If the food looks and tastes good, the student has succeeded! And we all not that not all cooking adventures are a success, so I will support learners as they experience challenge and possible failure.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
PLEASE NOTE: Safe use of kitchen equipment. This class requires students to use a knife to cut the apples for the pie. Please ensure that your child is given a child-safe knife to use and stay nearby to supervise if your child still requires close attention while they are using a knife. ALL pizza toppings must be cut or grated prior to the class, as we won't have time to cut these up during the class. We will be putting the pizzas and pie in the oven during the class so you will need to be on hand to supervise this. Allergen Advice: See the full list of ingredients, noting that dairy free and gluten free substitution is possible.
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🇦🇺Lives in Australia
42 total reviews
22 completed classes
Hi, I’m Fiona – educator, coach, parent, creative. I have 15 years’ experience teaching in primary, secondary and tertiary settings. I’ve been a teaching and learning coach and I’m mum to a gorgeous teen, an angel baby and a generous hearted...