Last updated 2:29 PM on 2 September 2015
Albion Park High School was one of several NSW schools making their own camembert cheese through an innovative Dairy Australia program, Cows Create Careers – Camembert in the Classroom.
The program is designed to encourage secondary school teachers and students to learn about the Australian dairy industry while introducing students to dairy manufacturing careers and pathways.
Students made their own camembert cheese in the classroom and completed tasks from the information pack, including a multimedia advertisement addressing ‘Why Dairy is an Important Part of Our Diet'.
Upon completion of the program, Russell Smith, along with accredited judges, will judge and award the region's winning cheese at a ‘Big Day Out' awards presentation on 8 September 2015. Good luck Albion Park Year 10 Food Technology Cheese Makers.
Patrice Joynson, Heather Woolley
Home Economics – Food Technology
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