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Cooking up a recipe for positive change

27 October 2023

In an inspiring display of compassion and community spirit, the Year 10 NCFE Food and Prep pupils from Queensmead House School embarked on a remarkable journey to the Windsor Homeless Project.

This visit marks the beginning of a meaningful initiative that will extend well beyond the classroom. The aspiring chefs are gearing up to put their culinary talents to work in the real world by preparing, cooking, and serving hot meals once a month to members of the community who are in need.

This innovative project is not only about learning cooking skills but also about making a tangible impact on the lives of those less fortunate in the community. It's a unique opportunity for the pupils to apply their knowledge and talents, and in return the experience gained from these efforts will undoubtedly serve them well in the future.

The decision to engage with the Windsor Homeless Project demonstrates a strong commitment to social responsibility. As they prepare to transition their culinary skills from the classroom to the community kitchen, the pupils will acquire much more than the ability to whip up delectable dishes. They'll learn life skills that are invaluable, including responsibility, teamwork, and time management. This experience will also foster a sense of independence as they manage various aspects of meal preparation and service.

We can't wait to hear more. Well done, team!

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