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Masterchefs in the Making

Thursday, 06 June 2013

Hesketh House pupils have been letting their creative skills run wild, developing new recipes and designing new sandwiches. After some imaginative entries, Mrs Karen Riley and Mr Andrew Scialpi-Sullivan, who head up the School's Catering Team, settled upon three winners.

Year 3 girl, Georgia McGinty, created a Cheeky Chicken Wrap and fellow Year 3 pupil, Summer Lily-Burke designed a sandwich called Meatball Delight. Year 4 girl, Chloe Ferguson, won the best recipe prize with her suggestion for producing Meatloaf. Each girl was awarded a book token and well done card from the Catering Department during the morning assembly.

The creations will all be trialled during forthcoming Junior Girls' lunchtimes.

During the event, donations from the girls also raised £70 for World Hunger Week. Simultaneously, one of the School's suppliers, Unilever, supplied hundreds of meals to the Third World in exchange for supplies that Bolton School had procured from them.


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Award ceremony

Mrs Riley and Mr Scialpi-Sullivan hand out awards and certificates to Junior Girls