Stone Age Cooking Workshop

Today we welcomed Scott from Wild Cooking to our school to teach us about how Stone Age people would have cooked their food.

We began by learning how to build a fire using a Jenga style set up, we started the fire using a flint and steel, but talked about how challenging using just flint would have been all those years ago.

We prepared Sea Bass, Trout, Venison and vegetable kebabs whilst learning how to create wooden skewers from oak branches. We learnt how to cook the fish in one way, and then using bricks to create a base for our skewers.


Some recounts from the children about their experiences:

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