We get so much fabulous feedback about our nursery sessions and school workshops; here are just a few! 

My Year 4 class had a fantastic time with  Kiddy Cook! The lesson was based around our topic of Europe and the children were able to make Italian pizzas to cook at home which they really enjoyed! They were also able to try different European foods and look at where foods are sourced from on a map. The session was really informative for the children as well as great fun. Nikki structures the workshops really well and are accessible for all learners. I would highly recommend! Amy Burke, year 4 Teacher (2019)
Brilliant Service! Kiddy Cook provided our school with four sessions of cookery. Nikki was brilliant and the children had lots of fun. The children learned lots about different tastes, ingredients and how to prepare a simple healthy meal. Nikki was extremely helpful in providing information about how the sessions matched the curriculum. She brought everything that was needed for the day and so the day ran really smoothly.
Thank you for a great day! Sara Dooley (2019)
Excellent 10 week programme! Thanks to the support from Cargill’s, we were lucky enough to have Nikki deliver a 10 week Kiddy Cook programme at our school for the fourth year running. Nikki’s workshops for my Year 3 class were always well prepared, fun and engaging; the children couldn’t wait to find out what they would be cooking each week. Through practical, hands-on experiences, the children learned about where their food comes from, healthy eating and how to prepare and cook dishes. Nikki’s sessions covered all of the cooking and nutrition aspects of the curriculum for my year group but, more importantly, taught the children an essential life skill. At the end of every session, each child got to take home their dish to share with their family, including a laminated recipe card so that they could recreate it.It was a pleasure to have Nikki come and work with us and I hope that she will be able to return to St. Wilfrid’s again in the future. Gemma Hickey, Year 3 Teacher (2019)