Training / Event Details


Bread Making in the Classroom

Embrace cooking and nutrition, identify the links between bread making and science, and learn how to make bread.


This session will equip teachers with new skills and confidence for teaching the Cooking and Nutrition aspect of the Design and Technology curriculum. It will also help them make links across other subject areas and inspire them with the magic of bread making.


Recent changes to the Design and Technology National Curriculum have seen an increased emphasis on cooking and nutrition, with KS2 children expected to learn how to make a variety of basic savoury dishes from scratch. This is a half day training course designed to introduce teachers to basic bread making. Delegates will learn how to make a range of breads, all of which can be made with primary school children, from Nursery to Year 6. Everything that is made during the session can be taken back to school to share with colleagues!

The training will include:
  • Using four basic ingredients (flour, water, yeast, salt) to make a range of breads from scratch
  • Practical strategies and tips for baking with large groups of children in a primary school context
  • Identifying how bread making can be used to support subjects across the curriculum

This is a practical session; please wear suitable clothing and sensible footwear. Aprons will be provided.

Booking Information

NB: If your school has purchased the Art/s Subject Leader Package, a member of staff can attend this training for £110.


Primary school teachers

07 Mar 2018 13:00 - 16:00

Closing date: 06/03/2018
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Date and Time

07 Mar 2018 13:00 - 16:00


Allerton C of E Primary School, Lingfield Approach, LS17 7HL


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