Bolton School Senior Girls

School Hosts Rotary Club Chef Competition

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Bolton School Girls' Division played host to the qualifying round of the Rotary Club Young Chef competition. Alongside two pupils from the Girls’ Division, Noor-Al-Haya Razaq-Aziz from Y7 and Fatima Ahmed from Y9, four other schools from the North-West were involved – Woodhey High from Ramsbottom, Hope Academy from Newton-le-Willows, The Radclyffe School and Derby High from Bolton and Radcliffe respectively. 

Mrs James, Food and Nutrition Teacher at Bolton School, who helped host the event said: "The competition was extremely tough and pupils were attired in chef whites with lots of catering equipment! All the competitors rose to the challenge, producing two identical plates of dishes in one and a half hours and presenting them to the judges who were from the Marriott Hotel and the Rotary Club. It was a great experience for our two girls, who had won through from earlier heats held in school before Christmas. I am sure that we will enter again in the future." 

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