Pupils at a school in Northwood have been working hard to make a difference in the community.
Since the beginning of this year, pupils at Northwood College for Girls (NWC) have been working hard to prepare meals for the community.
The students have not only helped the community but also developed cooking skills that they will serve them for years to come.
A spokesperson for the college said: “Since mid-February this year, NWC, has been working together with catering company, Thomas Franks, to help support the local community.
“Participating in the Beyond Education Being Human programme, students are learning how to prepare, cook and pack nutritious and healthy meals in school and then using their newly acquired skills to create delicious dishes which are distributed to the Emmanuel Church.
“Ranging from Roasted Red Pepper Frittata to Chicken Curry and Rice, over 500 meals have been produced by the NWC students to date, and this ingenious scheme has helped feed those who are most in need in our local vicinity. It is fantastic to see the students engaged in learning new skills, as well as, displaying their passion for making a difference.”