At The Culinary School we offer a range of different cooking classes and workshops which are closely aligned with a range of different NSW Syllabus requirements and Australian Curriculum based events such as Harmony Day or NAIDOC Week.
The Culinary School also works closely with NSW public and private, primary and secondary schools to tailor a workshop to the School’s requirements.
Currently, our set syllabus focused workshops include:
All of these cooking workshops can be delivered:
Contact us today to see how we can best service your school.
“The preservation of our traditions relies heavily on the culinary education of our youth” – Bashar Krayem
Our Indigenous Cooking workshop, Cooking with Our Roots, allows students to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples use of food and their concept of food equity.
This workshop includes:
This educational workshop will allow students to prepare a traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dish whilst learning about the environmental and cultural considerations which impact these recipes and food habits.
Ultimately, this provides students with an appreciation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through the investigation of bush tucker.
These workshops provide students with an understanding of:
As an alternative to syllabus-focused workshops, The Culinary School offers a Cooking with our Roots class during NAIDOC Week.
This cooking class provides students of all backgrounds with the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history. Through food, students will gain a sense of respect and appreciation for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ history and culture.
A Recipe for Sustainability uses cooking to investigate the food system from the growth of food to its disposal.
Guided by a facilitator and chef and accompanied by a syllabus-specific workbook, the Recipe for Sustainability workshop provides the following outcomes:
Food is a single unifier across cultures and ethnicities and is the medium through which respect and belonging is fostered amongst diverse cultures.
The A Recipe for Harmony workshop involves:
For more information on how this workshop incorporates NSW Syllabus content, click here.
As an alternative to our workshop, our A Recipe for Harmony class is also offered specifically as a Harmony Day celebration, allowing students to learn the cooking and eating habits of some of the many diverse cultures in Australia.