South East Bridge Cultural Education Partnerships | Our Future City: Using Heritage Learning to deliver DT and Healthy Eating

1498500367948Year 3 children at Cottesmore St Mary’s Primary School, Hove had been learning about Brighton and Hove’s history and had visited the Royal Pavilion and gone on a Local History walk led by Martha Gunn.  During their tour of the Royal Pavilion, they saw the menu of the meal that was cooked by the French Chef Antoine Careme, for the Grand Duke of Russia’s visit in 1817.  This really captured the children’s imagination: a meal of over 100 dishes that took over 5 hours to eat;  a model of the Royal Pavilion in pastry, a terrine of larks, a head of a sturgeon in champagne, a marzipan mosque that stood at over a metre tall…..!

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