Albert’s ‘healthy’ Lego burger could win Grasmere Primary School £2,000 cooking equipment

PUBLISHED: 11:48 10 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:48 10 May 2019

Albert Queney Schork’s

Albert Queney Schork’s "healthy" Lego dish

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Grasmere Primary School has been shortlisted in a national cookery competition thanks to the efforts of a six-year-old who created a “healthy, nutritional meal” - out of Lego.

Albert Queney Schork's plastic dish consisted of a veggie burger in a wholemeal bun, with sweet potato fries, homemade ketchup, salad and cheese.

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The primary school in Albion Road, Stoke Newington, could now be in line to win £2,000 of cooking appliances to help support lessons.
Cooking and nutrition do form part of the UK curriculum but it's thought only 25pc of primary schools have a teaching kitchen or facilities - meaning many pupils don't receive practical cookery experiences.

A public vote will decide which two out of the 10 shortlisted schools will win the equipment in the competition run by cooking brand Belling.

Votes can be cast at until May 24.

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