Duke of Edinburgh Award
In your own time, in your own home, Ruth can help students aged 14+ achieve the skills section of their Duke of Edinburgh's Award. But please, don't just take our word for it have a look at some of the amazing Google reviews.
The Duke of Edinburgh is the world’s leading youth achievement award endorsed by Prince Philip in 1956. It owes its existence to the founder of Gordonstoun School where the Prince attended. Ruth was also educated at Gordonstoun and observes their school ethos in her teaching: “Plus et en vous” - There is more in you than you think.
Included in a round-up of the best cookery schools, Ruth’s Little Kitchen is delighted to be one of the few formally Approved Activity Providers offering cooking through the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD REQUIREMENTS:
BRONZE: ANY 1 MODULE - SILVER: ANY 2 MODULES - GOLD: ALL 3 MODULES
EACH MODULE COSTS £85 PLUS £10 ADMIN FEE AND INCLUDES:
12 STEP BY STEP PROFESSIONALLY SHOT VIDEOS
TRIED AND TESTED RECIPES
FINAL REPORT SUBMISSION
ZOOM AND EMAIL SUPPORT THROUGHOUT
Our tried and tested modules build confidence and a wide variety of skills. Each video provides an easy step-by-step approach that can be accessed as many times as you wish. Classes cover hygiene and safety, nutrition, food science and lots of useful tips. These three modules are also suitable for GCSE and university students studying Food and Nutrition.
NB: Parents, Ruth also encourages washing up!