Welcome to the Hospitality Department.
On Saturday, 14 March, the Grade 10 Hospitality pupils hosted their first buffet breakfast for 2020. They were assisted by the Grade 12 Hospitality pupils, who were the waitering team for the morning. There was a large variety of foods on offer from an English breakfast to a full Continental breakfast. The Grade 10s loved every minute of the preparation and service of their products. It was also an opportunity for the pupils to be able to show their parents the skills they have learnt so far this term.
Both teams did an amazing job and I am very proud of all of them.
Mrs Debby Hunter
2020 Grade 10 Hospitality Cinnamon Buns
The Grade 10’s had great fun with their Hospitality practical. They made very yummy cinnamon buns from scratch. Well done everyone!
2020 Hospitality and Music Evening
On Thursday, 20 February, Christ Church Preparatory School and College hosted a fabulous evening of scrumptious food and beautiful music.
The food was supplied by our Hospitality Department, headed up by Mrs Debby Hunter. The menu consisted of Beetroot Carpaccio for a starter, Chicken Wellington with crispy brussel sprout leaves and baby carrots with honey and cumin as mains; and stunning stewed brandy apple with homemade cinnamon ice cream for dessert. Friandise (chocolate bark) was served with coffee.
The Music Department gifted us with their talents. Pupils entertained us on the piano and guitar, as well as lovely singing. The College choir performed three pieces beautifully. The evening ended on a high note with performances from the Grades 10 and 11 marimba groups.
Thank you to all concerned for all your hard work and for sharing your God given gifts with us.
Message by Ncumisa Mbebe in Grade 11 (Head of Music)
On the 20th of February, Christ Church had their first Hospitality and Music Evening of 2020. The evening showcased the many talents that our Christ Church matriculants and learners had in terms of both the culinary and musical sense. A great vote of thanks to Ms Hunter and her hospitality pupils for such a pristine setting and menu, for those who came to dine and have a taste of a relaxing musical experience at the school. We would like to thank Mr van der Merwe and Mr Greyling for conducting and accompanying the choir on the piano.
The choir, along with the multiple items that were performed individually, were entertaining and are greatly appreciated for their performance. We would also like to thank Ms Lessing for her talented marimba bands that presented their melodic items that evening.
The Grade 9 pupils were industrious in the Hospitality kitchen. They made spaghetti bolognaise, using pasta which they made themselves!