Once you have registered at the Kid’s Cookery School, all you have to do is choose your classes (subsidised for those receiving child tax credit) and you can pay (by card, too, now) on the day. No more nipping to the cashpoint when you’ve so little time, anyway!
The Kids Cookery School, as the name suggests, runs cookery classes predominantly* for children. If you’re ever stuck for an activity to keep your little cherubs occupied during our glorious (?) schedule of spring and summer holidays, why not get them interested in a skill that, whilst being totally enjoyable, will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives?
New Easter Program
The imminent Easter holidays can prove testing, especially if we are subject to out usual damp, overcast fornight for our first real ‘break’ of the year. The good news is, the kids cookery school are running an extensive Easter cookery class schedule, running from Monday 2nd April right through until Friday 13th – may not be over-populated, the cookery classes, on that last day. It’s online, now, access via our home page http://18.104.22.168/cookerycourses.co.uk.
Cookery Class vs Cookery Workshop
The kids cookery school offers kitchen basic know-how from children as young as 3 upwards. Nothing like starting early!
The differences between the two disciplines, cookery class, vs. workshop, is that the classes are deisgned for 3-4 year olds and lasts only for one hour fifteen minutes.
The workshops are for kids five upwards and are double the period, so they have time to learn how to cook more than one recipe.
Although cooking for kids is a wonderful idea, repetition can sometimes dampen their appetite. In order to address just this issue, the tutors at the school will do their utmost to ensure that those who attend try to have something new to try at every session, although, depending upon cookery class sizes, there will be limitations.
The best way to ensure the teachers have advance warning is to book the places early; this was also lead to the kids not being disappointed if the weather is truly British for the holidays and there is an influx of whipper-snappers wanting to learn to cook.
Not all people – including the parents who will no doubt be taste testers – can eat everything, although some sure do try.
At the Kid’s Cookery School, the motto ‘big enough to cope, small enough to care‘ is truly personified.
Providing the cooking staff have enough notice, allergen-friendly and Halal ingredients can be obtained in advance. Likewise, there is always a vegetarian option available.
What the kids actually cook on the day will be determined closer to the date, depending upon class sizes and cooking requirements.
Everything is provided – all you have to do is book in advance to let them know your interest and then turn up at the prescribed time with the kids.
There is a waiting area- where you could perhaps ask about the *Grown Up cookery courses or find out about the mobile kids cookery school.
Join me for more about KCS tomorrow, or book via out home page: http://22.214.171.124/cookerycourses.co.uk