Cooking Workshops for Schools



 The Fun Food Chef has proved an invaluable and fun way for many schools to underline their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their children. From 3 to 20 years of age the sessions captivate, educate and enthuse all the participants with amazing results. Our customers are from across the full spectrum of educational needs Primary, Special and Secondary schools.

Our sessions are genuine hands on cooking experience and will allow your children to prepare and taste at least 3 or 4 hot and cold dishes during any of our presentations. Each session lasts 1 hour 10 minutes and our sessions and topics are many and varied .


Crafty Chefs teach all children to cook. They have loads of experience and don't worry if your child has food allergies as they have special recipes, cooking kits and cakes for children with food allergies.

We can come and run cooking workshops in your school.

Dependent upon your needs and those of the pupils, we can come and run whole school, year or class cooking events, so that lots of children can experience the joy of cooking. All of our workshops are hands-on and interactive so we keep the children engaged and learning.

We will provide all the equipment we will need and lots of experience! 



Kiddy Cook’s Food In Schools Project is a hands-on unit of study that uses the theme of healthy eating to enrich the curriculum and develop thinking in a range of subjects. They run cookery workshops for children aged 2 – 11 years to encourage them to learn about ‘good’ food and to explore new flavours in an educational and fun way.

Each workshop encourages the students to discover the excitement that food can bring whilst relating it to its environmental impact, fair trade and more complex issues related to the global economy. Children are encouraged to taste during the cooking process so they can see for themselves how textures and flavours change once cooked. They get to conduct a ‘volcano’ experiment to learn how carbon dioxide works to make their cakes and biscuits rise. They learn the difference between taste and flavour and think about the effect sound has on their ability to eat!


Cookie Crumbles is run by Carola Weymouth, a mum of two cooking-mad daughters, Tamara and Katarina. She is a Paris trained chef and Patissieur and the former food & drink editor of "Family Circle" Magazine. As Cookie Crumbles she provides a range of cooking activities for children aged 4 – 18 in schools and colleges in the London area.

Food is at the centre of existence and there are many practical reasons for teaching children about food and cooking from an early age. Children love to cook and by engaging them early, it is possible to impart skills and pass on good habits about food safety and a healthy balanced diet. Workshops are a real hit with all ages. They are great fun and give pupils valuable hands on experience and skills for life.


Junior Chefs Academy has been running children’s cookery workshops in North West schools that promote a healthy attitude to learning about and having fun with food. Their sessions are vibrant and educational and all pupils take home their own masterpiece; personalised chef’s hat; apron and recipe pack at the end of the day.

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