Kingsley School pupils enjoyed success once again in the Rotary Young Chef of the Year local finals held at Petroc College. Students were faced with the challenge of creating a main course and a dessert for two at a cost of £8. Added to that the time limit was 1½ hours and working in a new and seemingly alien environment. Away from the security of the Food Department and the support of Mrs Mingay and Mrs Stone, the whole experience seemed daunting!
However, true to form, the pupils excelled themselves and Kingsley School was proud to receive 3 of the 6 main awards from the two heats. The judges were particularly impressed by the pupils' attention to detail in preparation, cooking and presentation. The folllowing results are truly commendable. W!ell done to all!
|Local Area Heat 1
||Local Areal Heat 2
|3rd Karry Wong
||1st Zac Wells
|4th Dan Day
||3rd Abbey Bellew
||4th Ross Braund-Phillips
All students will recieve their own personalised chef's white jackets from the Rotary Club. Zac Wells will now go forward to the next stage of the competition in January, where he will need to prepare, cook and serve a 3 course meal for 2 within 2 hours at a cost of £15.
We wish Zac the very best of luck!