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Past Catering Competition Success Encourages more Students to take up the Challenge!

College students have a good record of success in cooking competitions. Most recently Jack Briggs took part in the Great Schools Cook-Off final at Exeter Festival in April. This involved cooking in front of Michael Caines and a large audience. He did very well but was just pipped at the post and had to settle for second place, which was, nevertheless, a great achievement when judged by a Michelin Starred chef!

Last week a former student who now works in catering, Jack Sharland, visited the college to advise and support students who have decided to enter the Junior South West Chef of the year competition. Abbie Evans, Katherine Mitchell and Dylan Gambrell are all GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students.  They have to put together a one course meal show casing local ingredients. They tried out their recipes last Tuesday, and Jack gave them some professional feedback.

A group of year nine students held a cake sale in the Library during break and lunch on May 24. They were raising money for Amnesty International. Seven of the students decided to do this after reading ‘The Bone Sparrow’ as part of their preparation to compete in the Carnegie Book Shadowing Awards. The novel is set in a refugee camp in Australia and inspired the students to try and help refugees through raising some cash for the charity.

The nine students raised an impressive £152.80 selling homemade cakes.

The seven students from the 2017 Carnegie Book Medal Shadowing Group were:

Ariadna Bazaga Pozas 9JT, Darcey Greenland 9LGH, Beatrice Saville 9CRM, Leonie Burton 9SAS, Archie Smith 9JT, Joe Mellor 9RSM and Helena Stimpson 9ED

Two  Library monitors helped as well: Henry Follett 7VC and Jess Langley 8JK

Inspired to Help by Reading

Year 12 Textile students have had fun helping out with the Exmouth Art Trial to be held, during Exmouth Festival, May 26th - June 4th. They have made huge plants and other art to adorn the 'Jungle room' that will be created upstairs in the Blackmore Theatre, Bicton Street, Exmouth. The theatre will be part of the trail which involves local artists and residents creating art and art experiences throughout the week. They usually expect up to 3,000 visitors, both local and national, over the week.

Year 12 Textile Students’ Work is Part of Exmouth Art Trail

The Music Department's Year 7 Jingle Competition took place on Wednesday 24th May and the judges were amazed at just how high the standard was. Congratulations to the winners - Archie McGrath, Annabel McGlashan, Kirsty Robinson and Yuba Whitear with their superb Jingle, Tasty Tap. Huge thanks to The Music Department and well done to all the Year 7 students who took part.

“Tasty Tap” Jingle Secures Prize For Year 7 Musicians

Cracking Codes with Professor McMullan

On May 25 Maths students were introduced to the complexities of code breaking by Professor McMullan from  the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at Plymouth University.  Code breaking is an exercise in maths and logic.  The students first had a chance to work on a simple Roman code called, surprisingly, The Ceasar Cypher - which is a simple substitution code.  Then they were told about codes that prisoners of war used to hide secret messages within the letters they were allowed to send home and were asked to work on something similar: this was a far more complex exercise.  The professor gave an example of codes in letters sent by a POW which were never broken until the Centre for Maths at Plymouth University were asked to work on them.  A challenging and interesting session.

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