Year 13 combined a recent food tech session with some theory and some practical. On the menu was some tasty naan bread.
Food tech teacher Miss Anderson helped the students to learn about the science involved. We found out that the baking powder and yeast help to form CO2 in our bread. This can be seen in the bubbles in the naan bread.
It was then time to make the bread mixture. The class members worked independently following the recipe sheet. Miss Anderson spoke about how we can stay safe whilst using the frying pans on a hot temperature.
All students are expected to take responsibility for their own work surfaces. It was pleasing to see a very clean and organised food tech space at the end of the lesson.