This six-week fast track accredited cooking course provides the fullest possible culinary training for knowledge that will last a lifetime. Students graduate with over 200 hours of practical learning, four qualifications and the confidence to enter the professional food industry.
Next cohort: Monday 4th March 2024 – Friday 12th April 2024
At Cookery School it has always been about the food. We work with the best teachers who make learning to cook good food easy and fun. With over 20 years of experience, we know how to teach, empower and excite our students.
Our dedication and ethical approach to everything we do run through our veins at Cookery School. From sourcing top quality, seasonal and mostly organic ingredients to running the kitchens on renewable energy. Our menus change with the seasons, new trends and favourite cuisines from across the globe.
From our founder, Rosalind, through all of our lovely team members, social responsibility is always at the forefront.
Food allergies, dietary requirements? We can tailor many of our classes to you, whether that be gluten-free options, vegetarian options, or anything else, our experience and expertise means that you can enjoy your class without the worry.
Teaching classic, simple cooking has been our ethos from the start and remains one of our main principles today. Our courses are designed to give you the tools, skills and confidence to cook at home and in professional kitchens. Learning by principle, you will build upon techniques and topics and use repetition and reinforcement to become a competent cook.
We have launched an insightful series of monthly panel events on food around topics that are close to our hearts at Cookery School.
Join us on Monday 25th March 2024, 6pm – 8:30pm, for our next event which is centred around chocolate. We will be discussing a number of important issues relating to chocolate, from The Good: chocolate that has been well sourced containing varying amounts of coca solids and other acceptable ingredients; The Bad: chocolate that has very low levels of cocoa solids and is high in sugar and The Ugly: chocolate with issues around deforestation and modern slavery.