It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

When the aroma of ginger, mixed spice, cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar, butter and vanilla are in the air, you know that it’s Christmas time at FGPS. The Rec/1 Dragon’s class worked like busy little elves, carefully giving gingerbread men splashes of icing...
Rolling Koalas – Satisfaction!

Rolling Koalas – Satisfaction!

Whilst the year 6 Koalas were at aquatics last week, the year 5 Koalas stayed to cook up a treat. The dish on the menu was fresh fettuccine with sauteed spinach and garlic. Whipping up pasta dough is second nature to FGPS Koalas. Taking turns at rolling out sheets of...
Pandas Prefer Pizza

Pandas Prefer Pizza

Last Friday the year 3/4 Panda’s class learned that any creative project starts with a good base. This is also the case with pizza. Knowing when to be exact with a recipe, was required to make a good dough. Preparing the ingredients, activating the correct...
Sharing a meal with the Raptors

Sharing a meal with the Raptors

Mr Beaufoy’s year 4/5 Raptors were very resourceful in last week’s cooking class. Learning to harvest fresh veggies and herbs from the FGPS garden, adding left over ingredients from the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen fridge, and combining it all with freshly...
Curious, Creative & Cooking with the Sea Turtle Class

Curious, Creative & Cooking with the Sea Turtle Class

Last week the Year 2/3 Sea Turtles put on their Chef aprons to create a variety of recipes in FGPS Stephanie Alexander Kitchen. The Kitchen and garden work hand in hand, when it comes to the SAK program. Under the guidance of Ms Maria and Mr Rod, students learn an...
A Different Kind of Flavour in the Kitchen

A Different Kind of Flavour in the Kitchen

When Support staff Maria and Rod plan for the term 4 SAK menu, we know there’ll be some exciting foods dished up. Last week introduced our students to Kangaroo sausage rolls. A strong, iron packed protein, balanced with a selection of fresh herbs from our...