Youngsters learn cooking and other traditional skills

Bruce and Ken with young chefs

Youngsters learn cooking and other traditional skills

Two summer schools have proved to be class acts for youngsters eager to make the most of their holiday break.

The Junior Chef Summer school - an introduction to the world of cooking for 10-14 year olds held between 23-27 July and 6-10 August at the Stirling Campus and the Traditional Building Skills Summer School at both the Falkirk and Stirling Campuses from 9-13 July – covering a wide range of practical hands on skills and visits to buildings/projects of educational relevance and importance - captured the imagination of the young people who attended.

Forth Valley College Principal Ken Thomson and local MSP Bruce Crawford – who was visiting the Stirling Campus – even dropped in to see how the Junior Chefs were getting on during one workshop.

The two schools were part of an exciting summer school schedule at Forth Valley College which offered adults, school pupils and parents and young children the opportunity to find a fun and inspiring way to spend part of their holidays or improve their career prospects.

Anyone looking to find out more about Summer Schools at Forth valley College should visit https://www.forthvalley.ac.uk/ways-to-study/summer-schools/ or call 01324 403000.

Easy does it
Finished results
Traditional Skills group
A bit to the right
Wood you believe it

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