Sophie Wilcher 9 Campion entered Watford Rotary young chef award of the year – the very first time St Joan’s has entered. She was one of 11 students from 9 local schools and was the youngest participant by quite a long way. Sophie competed against Yr10 and 11 students and showed a great commitment, courage and tenacity. The comments from the Head chef at The Grove included, “She was calm and collected, her chicken dish was extremely tasty, and she was to be commended as the youngest competitor”
She even met the Mayor to collect her certificate. Well done Sophie!!
We had such a busy and productive week – with some absolutely amazing results!
I couldn’t be prouder of your imaginative and individual ideas. The families of Homestart will be overjoyed at the present of a homemade cake in their hamper!
A huge thanks to Miss Morton and Mrs Locke for helping during the club and Mrs Scarlett for all her organizing prior to the club. Robin and his team in the canteen also need a huge thanks for providing some stunning decorations to add a professional touch.
The winners of the competition judged by Robin, Mr Sweeney and myself are:
Todays Year 7s enjoyed making their own smoothies and even did some ‘Selfies with their smoothies!’ for a homework prior to the lesson
The smoothie voted the best today was Mollie Walker’s with her smoothie called ‘Mollie’s smoothie surprise’
The runners up were:
Anna E with Strawbana
Molly B with Molly tastic
Maria C with Moos