- Open Evening
- Virtual Open Evening (2020)
- Art / Design and Technology Department
- Food Technology
I’m Mrs Crowley the Food technology Teacher at St Mary’s. I am really looking forward to welcoming you to St Mary's in September.
I teach everyone from year 7 to year 9 and then the GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition to Years 10 and 11.
I have been at St Marys for 10 years and love teaching Food Technology, I’m sure you will too.
What to expect in Food Technology at St Marys….
Practical lessons every week….
Year 7 - Chef School.
Exciting dishes, increasing in complexity during the term are based on recipes from famous chefs. Students will learn to become confident and competent cooks.
Demonstrations to explain the ingredients and skills you will use when you are cooking ….
Sample Menu for Year 7
Tandoori Chicken, Lemon Drizzle Cake, Pan fried Toastie, St Mary’s Scone challenge, Cottage pie, potato gratin, honey biscuits, Crudité and dips.
If you want a sneak peak at some of the recipes we do in Food Technology go to the St Mary's Food Tech Kitchen on YouTube, You can search by typing in St Mary’s Food Channel
Some delicious dishes in the St Mary’s recipe book………..
Hot Potato Tasks help you to become independent learners, curious about how ingredients work together.
In Year 7 Students learn the basic skills of weighing, cutting, mixing, cooking, testing, cooking, cooling and storing food safely through a range of imaginative dishes.
Food Hygiene and Safety in the Kitchen are also taught through practice and theory. As part of our rotation students consider the ethics of food preparation and shopping for ingredients; the effect on our brothers and sisters across the world and on our planet.
Special diets and allergies are incorporated into the programme of recipes cooked each week.
The focus of lessons is practical; three lessons a week lead up to the student’s practical lesson and include demonstrations, testing and experimenting.
Learning in Food Technology
Learning about Food hygiene and Safety