The year 12 students from Le Fevre High School hosted a Longest Table worthy of an A+!
For their group task, the Food and Hospitality students came together to cater a luncheon for their community project, which is where The Longest Table comes in!
Together, the students aimed to bring the school together to celebrate a culturally diverse modern Australian theme for a good cause.
Food and Hospitality teacher, Vandana Mahajan, said their Longest Table lunch was an incredible success for the students, and the teachers who got to enjoy the delicious food!
“It was a spectacular occasion,” said teacher Vandana.
“The year 12 Food and Hospitality students were exceptional in their preparation and plating of their dishes as well as their all-round hospitality skills, which made this community project a highly successful event!”
The menu featured some incredible dishes from across the world, including watermelon, feta and mint salad, teriyaki chicken sushi, lamb kebabs, fruit punch, spicy Korean tofu and spanakopita.
"The selection of the menu must consider the age demographic of the members of the school staff and the menu must offer varied food choices that supports healthy eating practices and celebrates seasonal [food] and sustainability.”
The teachers and students used raffle tickets and word of mouth to share the event across the school community to come together and #ForkCancer.
“It is a great cause and more people should join this community event to support cancer research,” said Vandana.
“It is a worthwhile cause and close to hearts for many in our close-knit Le Fevre High School community.”