14 September 2017
Need for Feed Cooking Program Offered Again in Term 4
This term Mrs Holman facilitated the Need for Feed cooking program run by Diabetes Queensland. A program that aims to educate students on healthier eating choices. The College supported this initiative financially and we had 16 students in Years 7 and 8 participate. Students created healthy afternoon teas, main meals and the occasional dessert. All had fun, learnt new skills and went home with a cookbook and something yummy to eat.
The College is in a position to again run this program next term. We need 15 students from Year 7 to 9. It will run from 3:20-5:20 pm each Thursday from Weeks 1 to 8. If your child is interested, please have them collect the permission slip from the secondary office and return it as soon as possible.
Religious Education Teacher
Thank you so much Viv and Justine for assisting the students with the program. Celine has loved the program and we have enjoyed the sampling. I am going to incorporate the meals into our family menu. Delicious.
Sarah Coster: “It was really fun because you got to cook with all your friends and once you finished making it you got to just eat it together.”
Dylan Schmaling: “It was really good with lots of delicious recipes. We got to cooks lots of great recipes and I have cooked some of them at home and the family have really enjoyed it.”
Raegan Pugsley: “The food was the best. I like tasting and I got new skills. I just enjoyed it. I learnt more about healthy eating. I eat pears now.”