Chequers Kitchen Cookery School | Kent Cookery Courses and Events

Cooking Summer School for Children 10 to 14

This is an opportunity for children aged 8 to 14 to spend three days with us learning to cook a lovely variety of dishes with a wide range of cooking skills. They will have fun and learn fantastic cooking skills for life. And we’ll gently encourage the cautious ones to try new dishes and flavours!

Each day we will make one or more dishes in the morning to have for lunch, followed by a dish to take home at the end of the day. Dishes can be adjusted for dietary needs or preferences but please let us know in advance if that is the case. We will break up the day with times to relax and walks to the beach.

Here is the menu (we may adjust slightly):

Day 1: Crispy ginger and chilli pork fried rice; strawberry jam ripple ice cream; summer fruit shortcrust pie

Day 2: Wholemeal bread rolls; honey glazed chicken wings; summer slaw; lemon loaf

Day 3: Rainbow rice paper rolls fulled with a choice of vegetables, mango & chicken or prawns; sesame dipping sauce; chocolate loaf

This summer cooking school will suit children who already have an interest in cooking and want to take it further. They do not need to have extensive experience or already feel confident in their cooking skills – we will guide and support them all the way so that they can enjoy the experience and absorb the many skills they will practise. This will be for a small group of 8 children.

We can adjust menus for children who don’t eat meat or have special dietary requirements but please give us a ring first if that is the case. Or if you just want to know more before booking, give us a call on 01304 362288.

Cooking skills for children

Event Date & Time

Our event takes place on the Mon, August 8th, 2022 - Wed, August 10th, 2022 , from 9:45 AM to 3:00 PM.

Event Location

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Chequers Kitchen Cookery School
Golf Road
CT14 6RG


8th to 10th August


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