Yearly Archives: 2013

Equipment for Practical Cooking in Primary School

    The Mobile Cook Station has been primarily designed as a teaching aid for practical cooking within the Primary School Classroom. It comprises an Oven, Hob, Refrigerator, Hand Wash and Preparation Table, mounted on a stainless steel mobile trolley. The Oven is set within… Continue reading

How to Achieve Practical Cooking in Primary School

    Primary Schools without Food Technology Rooms? Practical Cooking will become  part of the New National Curriculum  in September 2014 for Key Stage 1, 2 and 3. Whereas most of the Secondary Schools have existing Food Technology Rooms, under 25% of the Primary Schools do not… Continue reading

National Curriculum Framework Cooking and Nutrition KS1 and KS2

    Taken from: The National Curriculum in England Framework Design and Technology KS1 & KS2 Document September 2013 Design and Technology Cooking and nutrition As part of their work with food, pupils should be taught how to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy… Continue reading

Practical Cooking in the Primary School – Equipment Safety Warning

    Practical Cooking Equipment for Primary Schools are not all the same. We have noticed a few companies selling Mobile Cook Stations using Mini Table Top Ovens with Boiling Rings. The height the ovens are positioned leave children vulnerable and susceptible to second and… Continue reading

Teaching Practical Cooking in Primary School, While Keeping Children Safe

    The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP (Secretary of State for Education) has changed the National Curriculum from September 2014. All KS1 & KS2 pupils will be given the incredible opportunity to learn Practical Cooking within Primary School. Practical Cooking lessons taught to Primary… Continue reading

New National Curriculum 2014 Practical Cooking in Schools

    Taken from: The National Curriculum in England Framework Design and Technology KS1 & KS2 Document September 2013 Design and Technology Cooking and nutrition As part of their work with food, pupils should be taught how to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy… Continue reading

How to teach Practical Cooking without a Food Technology Room

    Primary Schools without Food Technology Rooms? Practical Cooking will become  part of the New Nation Curriculum  in September 2014 for Key Stage 1, 2 and 3. Whereas most of the Secondary Schools have existing Food Technology Rooms, many of the Primary Schools do… Continue reading

Primary School Classroom – Practical Cooking Mobile Oven, Hob and Refrigerator.

    The Mobile Cook Station has been primarily designed as a teaching aid for practical cooking within the Primary School Classroom. It comprises an Oven, Hob, Refrigerator, Hand Wash and Preparation Table, mounted on a stainless steel mobile trolley. With prices starting at only… Continue reading

Practical Cooking in the Primary School Classroom KS1 & KS2

    As you are probably aware, The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP (Secretary of State for Education) announced changes to the National Curriculum from September 2014. All KS1 & KS2 pupils will be given this incredible opportunity to learn Practical Cooking. This is a… Continue reading

New National Curriculum 2014 – Practical Cooking

    The Mobile Cook Station is a fantastic new concept in teaching practical cooking to KS1 & KS2 pupils inside their own classroom. The children choose,  plan and prepare the lessons ingredients, the teacher then cooks the prepared food in front of them, demonstrating… Continue reading