Posted on 07 July 2011
It was a case of celebrating with an international flavour in Mrs Moorcroft’s Home Economics class today.
The culmination of a term’s studies, resulted in a global display of food being made and eaten by the students as a means of celebrating a great term together.
Japanese, Italian, French and Mexican foods were amongst those gathered on the table. After Cedric gave thanks for the food and for the fun and informative term together, an emotional Mrs Moorcroft thanked the students for a most remarkable term. This group of students has clearly been a favourite for our legendary Home Economics expert, and it is clear that the connection and affection between teacher and students was reciprocated.
Well done to each member of this delightful class. A success of globally gastronimical proportions.
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Posted on 18 February 2010
A visit to the Cornerstone campus is impossible without seeing a significant amount of work being undertaken to extend the College’s facilities.
One area that is now complete is the new home economics room. Last Wednesday, the first class was held in the new classroom, which boasts an amazing arrangement of cooking facilities and preparation areas.
Mrs Moorcroft and her students were busy learning the finer aspects of sewing in their new surroundings when photographed. She is delighted with how the improvements have come together and is loving her new working environment.
As for the kids, well they are pretty happy too and looking forward to ‘cooking’ up some great skills during the coming year.
Posted on 31 August 2009
Mrs Cross’s Home Economics Class has the term to plan and present all the elements required for a successful themed birthday party. This week it was a chance for their cakes to shine and a delightful array of colourful cakes were on display within the classroom.
From bugs and butterflies, to teddy’s and tanks the students showed off their creative culinary skills. No two creations were alike, with each student taking initiative and making something truly unique.
Mrs Cross was delighted with the masterful attempts and will display the final products in picture form within each student’s portfolio.
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