Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Join me for this ongoing baking course to learn how to cook tasty treats to share with your family and friends. From magical candies to scrumptious chocolate bark, we'll cook tasty recipes to impress any unicorn fan. Suitable for vegetarians. I can help adapt recipes for allergies if messaged in advance. We will start class with a couple of minutes of introductions, making sure that everyone knows each other's names. We will then check that we have the correct ingredients and equipment, and...
Learners will be able to follow a recipe step-by-step. Learners will be able to make a unicorn treat to share with family or friends.
I am an experienced school teacher (3-11 year olds), and I have also worked at a number of Summer camps. I was the counsellor in charge of the cooking groups for a couple of years of Summer camp. I enjoy baking in my free time.
Learners will need to measure out their ingredients before class. Recipes may not always be completed in the 30 minute live class session. Sometimes the food will need additional heating or cooling time, or decoration steps will need to be finished. Learners are encouraged to help to clean up their baking space after class.
Ingredient and kitchen equipment lists will be posted in the classroom around a week before each class. I will email learners who sign-up after this time as they will not be able to see the prior classroom posts, please allow 24 hours after signing-up for the ingredient and kitchen equipment email to reach you. A recipe sheet will be shared the day before class. You may print this if you wish, or just follow along with the steps in class. We will be cooking a variety of recipes and they will need a range of kitchen equipment, frequently used items include - oven (adult use), baking tins and trays, mixing bowls, measuring jugs, weighing scales or measuring cups, spoons, spreading knives, piping bags, piping nozzles, scissors and baking parchment.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
When you enroll in this class, you accept full responsibility for your learner's safety. It is essential that a responsible adult is in the same room as the learner (Outschool policy is that adults must remain off camera) and ready to step in to help if necessary. Some recipes will need baking in the oven. An adult must be responsible for placing the food in the oven, checking on it during cooking and taking it out when necessary. Please ensure your learner has short sleeves, or close fitting long sleeves that will not get caught on equipment, long hair tied back and is wearing an apron or clothes that can be washed easily. Please ensure you check all your ingredients for possible allergens. Recipes can be adapted for vegetarians.
Learning, baking, creating and solving!
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
86 total reviews
101 completed classes
Hello everyone, my name is Angela Foster. I love working with children, and I enjoy planning and teaching classes that will fully engage them in their learning. I have a UK PGCE teaching certificate in Primary Education and a Masters degree in...