Glebelands School


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Pupils at Glebelands School in Cranleigh were asked to design a meal fit for the Queen as part of the annual Year 9 Masterchef competition.

They were asked to work in teams of two and given the brief to design a menu for the Queen that celebrates the food produced in their part of the country.

The school's food technology department then chose six teams to take part in the competition.

"The students thoroughly enjoyed producing their three-course meal, with the final results including soup, coronation chicken, trout, beef wellington, red, white and blue jelly, crumbles and a Queen's pudding," said a school spokesman.

Their effors were judged by the Head of Year 9, Stuart Ede, Cranleigh Freight Services founder Colin Young and achievement assistant Jan Hiles.  "The quality of food, cooking skills and presentation were outstanding, which resulted in the judges having an incredibly difficult task in choosing the winners," added the spokesman.

Source - Surrey Advertiser