Best Kids’ Cooking Classes in Greater London
Have your kids graduated from cooking with you at home? Cooking together at home is one way to do this, but there are also plenty of opportunities for instructive fun through kids’ cooking classes and workshops.Whether your kids are just getting started on their culinary adventures or ready to step out of the home kitchen and learn with the professionals, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best classes for the littlest helpers, seasoned sous-chefs and talented teens.
Holiday Clubs, during school breaks-In association with ‘Crafty Cooks’, 4 – 11 year olds can spend the day cooking and craft making.You can take part in a different craft or cookery activity each week. Each session is 1.5hours, every child receives drink and a snack when they arrive, and then make, create and have fun with craft and cookery sessions.164 Manor Lane, Lee, London SE12 8AL
Culture Kids is designed to teach children wonderful things about the world, but also, through promoting an environment where parents stay with their children.
Culture Kids offers fabulous creative classes with the high quality equipment and attentive tuition. The real fun comes when you focus on the different theme of each week. Culture Kids offers a range of facilities including: cooking classes, music classes and art classes are all designed to teach children wonderful things about the world.
Why not take part in some exciting activities at your local youth club if you are 11-18 years old and bored and fed up after school? You will have opportunity to learn new things, meet new people.Under Edgson House, Ebury Bridge Road, Pimlico, London SW1W 8RU
Introduction to different foods, tastes & textures for pre-school children including simple food preparation & tasting.
Brilliant Kids Cafe offers family friendly food, Ofsted registered childcare and art, music & cooking classes, art, movie & disco parties on Saturday afternoons and Sundays.Brilliant Kids Cafe & Arts Centre, 8 Station Terrace, Queens Park, London NW10 5RT
Weekly sessions on healthy eating, including menu planning and cooking delicious balanced meals to take home!Granville Plus Children’s Centre, Granville Road/Carlton Vale, Kilburn, London NW6 5RA
This fun and friendly club (Saturday Fun Club) offers a wide range of activities, from cooking hot and cold foods, to messy art and craft, playing on the Wii and having fun outside in the playground.Spring Lane, Hackney, London E5 9HQ
At Kitchen Stars they aim to promote healthy eating and a love of cooking. Their classes, run in the Bromley and Croydon areas, revolve around having fun and learning about the various stages of food preparation and cooking to create healthy and exciting recipes for children and adults of all ages.They aim to promote a healthy attitude to food and independence in the kitchen.Cooking is a basic life skill that ideally should be introduced at an early age. By establishing the foundations of cooking early, it is possible to foster good eating habits and a lifelong love of food.130 Benhurst Gardens, Selsdon Children’s Trust Area South, Selsdon, Croydon CR2 8NW
Maggie & Rose Club provide a range of kids’ activities, cooking, art, drama and music classes available throughout the school term, plus loads of holiday classes in a comfortable and clean environment for members to enjoy year round. There is also a diverse range of one-off activities during the holidays to suit the bigger kids as well.Locations Available In Chiswick & Kensignton
The cookery course runs every Wednesday evening between 4.30pm and 6pm during term times. Children learn basic methods and simple cooking techniques while understanding the importance of healthy eating.
Children aged from 7-11 years are welcome to come along.
Price £7 per session, which includes ingredients.Collier Row Road, Oaks Centre, Romford RM5 2DD
Play Wembley features a multitude of fabulous and fun-packed structured classes for all age groups! There are plenty of classes to choose from that run all week as cooking, pizza making and biscuit decoration.South Way (Next To IBIS Hotel), Brent, London HA9 0HB
Young people aged between 9 and 19, particularly those from the Chalk Hill Estate, can use the Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) for different activities including vegetarian cooking.Wembley, Barnhill, Brent, London HA9 9DB
Sanderstead Children’s Centre offers a variety of services, activities and support for families with children under five. The centre is open to all and you do not need an appointment to come along. There are regular sessions that run every week filled with fun and activities for the children and families to enjoy together including baking bears (cooking sessions)Atwood School, Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, Croydon CR2 9EE
The Kids’ Kitchen offers cooking classes for preschool children during the week in term-time, and holiday and Sunday morning cooking classes for school-age children.
Pre-school classes are based in Barnet. Classes are designed for children aged 2-5 and their parents/carers and have a maximum of ten children so that your child can have a really fun, hands-on cooking experience in a home kitchen.
Sunday Classes- Sunday morning classes run for 2 1/2 hours from 10am – 12:30pm during which time the children cook their own lunch which they take home to eat and for the family to taste.Whetstone, London N20
The club is designed for children who are keen on cooking and want to know more about looking after their own health. They will have fun preparing delicious meals and treats and learning about cooking and baking. This short course will also include basic nutritional advice that should help your children make healthy choices for a fuller life.
In the 3 hours workshop, the club will cover all aspects of healthy cooking, from kitchen hygiene and how to choose the right ingredients to planning and preparing a simple but balanced meal that will then share together!The Barkers Building, 63-97 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London W8 5SE
Woodlands Children’s Centre is within the grounds of the Gilbert Scott Primary School in South Croydon. It is set in an urban area, but amid green belt land backing on to Heathfield’s Farm (including baking bears – cooking lessons)Gilbert Scott Primary School, Farnborough Avenue, Croydon CR2 8HD