We are delighted to provide Day 3 photos of our visitors – cooking!
It is common for children to be apprehensive when sampling unfamiliar dishes and new tastes. An excellent way to overcome this is to involve them in the preparation of meals. After all, great food transcends all cultural boundaries, and sharing the food of your host country is the best way to connect with different people, cultures and the land.
Every parent knows that a child’s lifelong habits are formed early. This is especially true when it comes to food and eating! We consider that students are never too young to get involved in the kitchen.
Encouraging an early interest in food can help broaden experiences for children in later life. Through self discovery, cooking enables students to learn how to enjoy a fundamental aspect of socialising.
Enhancing knowledge about where food comes from and learning to make healthy nutritional choices is becoming more and more important for our younger generation.
It is also important to educate children early about the cornerstones of a healthy diet and set them up for a lifelong, positive attitude towards food.