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Food Technology (Intermediate)

What is Food Technology?

Food Technology is one strand of the National Technology Curriculum. The focus is no longer just a manual skills based programme, but one of research, design, planning, problem solving, development of ideas, use of technological practices, and evaluation of outcomes. Last year we were involved in promoting 5+aDay, with the Year 7 and 8s making soup for the whole school.
 
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Boys (360px)  

See the "Events" for more photos.  

Year 7 & 8

Year 7 & 8 Classes (two terms) Year 7&8 classes focus firstly on food safety, hygiene, and safe practices in the kitchen. They start to learn basic kitchen skills, then get creative designing and making: salads, grilled "melts" and muffins, among lots of  other things.
Along the way we learn about different appliances and cooking methods. The last 5 lessons are on food from other cultures which may include: China, Vietnam, Korea, Italy, France, Germany, Pacific Islands, Canada, USA, UK, Mexico, The Middle East.

 
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Designing and making original cookies is always a favourite lesson.
 

Presentation is a key focus.

Students learn to make Kimbap from Korea. For Italy they learn how to knead dough, prepare toppings and make Pizza. For China they make traditional Fried Rice.
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What is Food Technology?

Food Technology is one strand of the National Technology Curriculum. The focus is no longer just a manual skills based programme, but one of research, design, planning, problem solving, development of ideas, use of technological practices, and evaluation of outcomes. Last year we were involved in promoting 5+aDay, with the Year 7 and 8s making soup for the whole school.
 
Amy (360px)-579 Rejoice 360-857
Boys (360px)  

See the "Events" for more photos.  

Year 7 & 8

Year 7 & 8 Classes (two terms) Year 7&8 classes focus firstly on food safety, hygiene, and safe practices in the kitchen. They start to learn basic kitchen skills, then get creative designing and making: salads, grilled "melts" and muffins, among lots of  other things.
Along the way we learn about different appliances and cooking methods. The last 5 lessons are on food from other cultures which may include: China, Vietnam, Korea, Italy, France, Germany, Pacific Islands, Canada, USA, UK, Mexico, The Middle East.

 
DSC03350 P1000100

Designing and making original cookies is always a favourite lesson.
 

Presentation is a key focus.

Students learn to make Kimbap from Korea. For Italy they learn how to knead dough, prepare toppings and make Pizza. For China they make traditional Fried Rice.
P1060739
P1060735
P1010554 20151119 120922 P1060254
     
     

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