We went to St Peters school to celebrate ‘Food revolution day’ and what a fantastic time we had!
We worked with a very enthusiastic class of 30 year 2 children, between the ages of 6 and 7 and the feedback we received from the children was amazing.
First Janet sat with the children and gave a presentation about healthy eating, the food groups and how seafood can be beneficial to the way their body works.
The pupils then went and worked out which of the ingredients they would like to use in their recipe from the seafood and vegetables we brought for them.
The kids loved getting involved and putting together their recipes. Some of the kids chose Salmon whilst others preferred prawns, they all made sure they topped up their bakes and pies with lots of scrummy vegetables!
Whilst we worked with a handful of children at a time, the other children took part in ‘fishy’ activities, quizzes and games and had a great time learning more about how fish are caught and the sustainable fishing methods used by the fishermen. We also answered questions about the different species of fish.
We really enjoyed ourselves and were so please that the kids had an excellent time too. The following week we received a lovely envelope from the class teacher with a thank you letter from each of the children that attended. Here are some of the fantastic comments…
Thank you very much for teaching us about fish. I enjoyed the activities and making the fish pie! – Kyle Jackson
I really enjoyed eating it! – Libby Robinson
I ate all of it and it tasted yummy, thankyou. – Kaysha Cockling
Thankyou very much, I enjoyed making the fish pie and eating it. I shared it with my sister! – Blake Kirby
We learned lots about healthy food and fish and how it makes us strong! – Harry Ford
Such a delicious pie – Stevie White
The fish pie was yummy! – Libby Killick
Thankyou for helping to teach me about fish, I ate all of my fish pie and liked it – Roxanne Miszewska
I ate my fish pie for tea and it was fabulous – Maddison Lewis
The pie was gorgeous! – Chloe Pettit
My favourite part of the pie was the salmon – Emma Barke