Mrs Bun the Baker inspiring children for twenty years
'Mrs Bun the Baker' is a qualified food technology teacher providing inspirational fun food classes from 2 year olds to adults. Over 20 years teaching experience, insured with CRB check, Level 2 Health Safety and Hygiene, First Aid trained.
I have been fortunate as Mrs Bun the Baker® that since December 2014 that I have been published in
'Home Pride's 50 Years Celebration Recipe book' and in Didcot's Bake Off Recipe book...and have my 'Baking with Mrs Bun the Baker' recipe book published in December 2015 with the first edition print run selling locally and direct...
2016 meant food festival demos and participating in a 24hr food show as well as becoming a local foodie writer for the Herald Series. I also write microblog submissions on Wordpress, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. If you're local come and join me for hands on fun food classes for toddlers, older children to adults. You may also find me through my teaching within schools or providing classes to SOHA.
I think 2017 is going to be another fun packed year and I can't wait!
Mrs Bun the Baker® grew out of the personal need to explore and move out of teaching in secondary school's for over twenty years as a qualified food technology teacher, the love of baking and the enjoyment of involving her child as soon as he could sit up to play and explore food. Mrs Bun the Baker® was accutely aware of the Key Stage K1 & K2 scheme which were coming in from the Government, to teach food to young children in schools, and could see the wholsesome benefits of food technology being taught from such a young age.
It did not matter from that perspective, if the children where taught in our out of formal education, as Mrs Bun the Baker® had the prerequisite skills to deliver innovative teaching to encourage children, having attained outstanding GCSE grades through her teaching whilst working at her local school for 12 years.
Fun cookery classes for All with #MrsBuntheBaker
Providing cookery courses for toddlers (young Buns) through to adults (Old Buns); as well as working with schools to deliver cooking and nutrition in both Primary and Secondary Education.