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Food Technology

Use of Legacy Space (2010) - Cost £150,000

In 2006 Ofsted identified the woeful state of Food Technology education in the UK and, spurred on by Jamie Oliver, the government vowed to improve matters in secondary schools. In 2011, with additional funding from the Government in place, a suitable pair of old Maths classrooms were identified in the main building and transformed into a modern food technology area. Students now participate in practical lessons in food preparation, cookery and nutrition. A life lesson which will hopefully be put to practical use at home and in the future at University!

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