Woking Academy

Junior chefs (6-10): Halloween

It’s time to have some Halloween fun in the kitchen this half term. Our spooky children's baking class is the perfect chance for little chefs to get creative, whipping up a few tasty treats to celebrate all things Halloween. These easy recipes will be fun to make and even more fun to eat.

£45

Saturday Oct 29th 2022

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Fully booked

What to expect

Gordon loves getting his children involved in the kitchen, meaning they’ve grown up really excited and inspired by food. Our Junior chef classes are a great opportunity for young cooks to get stuck in and have fun trying out new things. 

Whether you’re getting ready for trick or treating or hosting a Halloween party, it’s the perfect excuse for little ones to learn a few new cooking skills with tasty bakes that all have a fun, ghoulish theme. 

Our chefs will help them mix, bake and decorate things like spooky gingerbread biscuits or chocolate eyeballs, teaching them a few essential baking skills along the way that they can practise at home – perhaps getting ahead with Christmas baking, too.

Class details

Morning classes: Start 9.30am and finish 11.30am (2 hours)

Afternoon classes: Start 1pm and finish 3pm (2 hours) 

Arrive up to 30 minutes before class to check your child in at reception and confirm contact details, then why not book a table at Street Burger downstairs for afterwards?

Class size: Maximum 12 children (please note this class is only suitable for ages 6-10)

Typical recipes and skills (we’ll cook the best available on the day, so we might surprise you!):

  • Baking and decorating Halloween biscuits 
  • Mixing, rolling and decorating Halloween chocolates

What’s included

  • Expert guidance from our chef teacher and assistants
  • Safe and friendly environment for young children to learn new skills
  • All ingredients and equipment
  • Gordon Ramsay Academy children’s apron to wear in class
  • Recipe wallet and class recipes
  • Refreshments throughout the class 
  • Takeaway containers to take their creations home in (although feel free to bring your own or a cool bag if travelling far)