Skills for Life students cook up a treat for Rotary Club Breakfast
Students from Cornwall College Saltash's Skills for Life department this week prepared a breakfast for members of the Saltash Rotary Club who were catered for and served by the students and then got the chance to judge which they thought was the best prepared meal.
The students had taken time in the week to prepare all of the aspects of the breakfast including drawing their own unique place mats, deciding on what they would cook and the actual preparation of the meal itself.
The judging panel consisted of three members of the Rotary Club in Saltash along with Curriculum Area Manager for Skills for Life Wendy Lee.
The group were judged on their service, presentation and quality of the food served.
All of the students put on a fantastic display of food and excellent table service and the team of judges were very impressed with all of the efforts.
In the end it was decided that, by a very small margin, the winning breakfast was prepared by Annabel Walaszkowski (17) from Plymouth.
David Willcock from the Rotary Club, who was one of the judges said: “The standard of the food and the service from the students has been outstanding. It has been a real pleasure to have met them all this morning and enjoyed such fabulous food.”
Dave Linnell, Principal of Cornwall College added: “Events like this really help our Skills for Life student to complete a project from start to finish and it gives them opportunity to engage with guests from outside of the College. They all did very well with their task.”