When our classroom transformed into a mini seafood haven
Our recent adventure with Year 11 GCSE students was an exciting moment, where we embarked on a journey that involved filleting fish, creating delicious masterpieces, and indulging in the joy of learning a new skill.
Two weeks ago, our food room transformed into a mini seafood haven. Our Year 11 students delved into the art of filleting fish, using both sea bass, mackerel and trout as our subjects. This hands-on experience was truly valuable to our students.
Filleting fish is a skill that goes beyond the classroom and into the realm of lifelong learning. Our students showed remarkable enthusiasm and dedication as they learned the intricate process of removing the bones and extracting the fillets from the fish.
After the challenge of fish filleting, we turned our attention to creating a gourmet dish. The students made their own bread crumbs, seasoned their fillets with a blend of herbs and spices, then coated them to make a delicious crust. This transformed these fillets into golden-brown fish fingers in to The Perfect Posh Fish Finger Sandwich.