That’s Amore! Wow this is dedication and great team work from Hannah and Emily Sewell in Yr 9. The girls took it upon themselves to trial the lasagna recipe I gave them and made it for their families tea.
Photographer and friend to DC, Jane Hewitt visited Year 7 with the brief title ‘Not the norm textiles’. When Jane visits our school, she always comes with a bag full of goodies. Pulling out beautiful things she has created. Along with lovely books and materials she no longer needs....
Year 7 have produced some amazing responses to Andy Warhol for their home learning. Check them out on the following slides.
Pizza toast with yr7 nurture! Today the technology food room, was transformed into Pye’s Italiano ready for our pizza toast lesson. We prepared and created our delicious toast, and sat down to enjoy the tastes and smells at our very own restaurant.
Food Preparation and Nutrition
As part of their portraiture topic, 8KGR looked at Chiaroscuro which is an Italian term that means ‘light- dark’. The term is used when visual artists use extreme contrasts of light and dark. The technique is often used to create a dramatic visual impact. The learners experimented with black ink...
I popped into Ms Baldry’s catering and hospitality lesson today and it did not disappoint. I left with the most delicious present. All of the learners looked like they were having a great lesson and the food that they produced was restaurant standard. Thank you year 10 and Callum!
I was so impressed when Mrs Hudson shared this work with me. Jordan has been looking at Francis Bacon in his creative lessons and this was his response. Very well done Jordan – good use of your reasoning, perseverance and imagining learning muscles!