We are excited to be welcoming local children to our kitchen for our super fun ‘Kids’ Kitchen’ club.
Children from years 5 and 6 with special education needs and disabilities will come and explore food and cooking in a friendly, relaxed space. Stirring, squeezing, measuring, rolling, boiling and baking to help kids learn the most valuable life skill. We will try new textures and tastes, discover new foods and practice some new skills in the kitchen.
Project Food is somewhere that will help to build children’s confidence and self esteem with our friendly, fully trained team.
Our club will start on Monday 24th Jan. 4pm until 6pm and run for 12 weeks.
For more information on this club, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01297 631782.
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