No Kitchen Cookery for Primary Schools

No Kitchen Cookery for Primary Schools

£20.00

The award winning ‘No Kitchen Cookery’ has been designed for schools with limited or no kitchen access to deliver an aspect of the Cooking and Nutrition National Curriculum for Key Stage 1 and 2 within classrooms.

‘No Kitchen Cookery’ aims to give teachers an outline for cookery lessons with objectives, outcomes and assessment opportunities clearly identified and provides straightforward easy to follow recipes.

Nutrition know how, a glossary and dietary adaptations are included.

Recipes include dips, salads, drinks, desserts and snacks.

“No Kitchen Cookery for Primary Schools” won the prestigious 2016 Gourmand Award for Best UK Professional cookbook, and is now on the shortlist for the global awards which will be announced in May.

Pages: 94
ISBN: 9781364976002

Please note : If you wish to order THREE OR MORE copies, please contact info@thefoodteacher.co.uk so we can ensure appropriate postage costs.

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4 reviews for No Kitchen Cookery for Primary Schools

  1. :

    EM, Class Teacher, Manland Primary School, “I would feel confident delivering these lessons to a whole class if I was being observed. Our parents commented how much the children were looking forward to/enjoyed cooking every day.”

  2. :

    Attleborough Infant School, “The layout is excellent, it is good that it is all on one page.”

  3. :

    Marissa Davis, Headteacher, Harpenden Academy, “What a motivational book this is – the recipes bring the fun and sunshine into the serious subject of eating well and healthily for our children. With clear instructions and photographs which both inspire and support the recipes, the clear information contained in the ‘nutrition know how’ sections offers teachers and parents a comprehensive guide to teaching the Cooking and Nutrition curriculum in a really enjoyable way. A magical mix of lessons for now and lessons for life, for children.”

  4. :

    EW, Class Teacher, Larwood Special School, “The children read the pupil pages themselves and worked out the recipe.”

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