We are so grateful to have received funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund. It has helped us to keep on delivering our services both face to face and remotely during the pandemic. Everyone at Stepping Stones would like to say a huge thank you to the Government for making this possible.
we are recruiting!
we are looking for a new deputy manager to join our team. you can find more information about the role here:
if you or anyone you know might be interested then please feel free to download the job description, application form and equal opportunities form below.
here is your recipe for today’s cookery session with carol:
cara’s silvery fishes
nick’s 99 flake buns
guess what we made today?
baked summer berry cheescake
here are some pics of the cheescake you made with Carol yesterday
and here is the recipe:
chicken and mushroom pie
here are some pics of the pie that you cooked with Carol on Tuesday
and here is the recipe:
today you will be making a couple of beetroot recipes with carol on zoom
cooking with carol
today carol will be demonstrating a tried and tested recipe from the ‘eat well for less’ cookbook.
nina’s paper flowers
in your session with nina today you will be making flowers out of the tissue paper that was in your support packages. here are the instructions on how to make them:
angel road sunflowers
nina’s hammered leaf flower prints
here is what you will be doing with Nina on Thursday. you have materials in your support packages to take part in the session and I will post the session as a video on Friday.
yes/no – stop/go paddles
her is the recipe for Monday’s cookery session with Carol
and here is some more banana info
here is the recipe for Friday’s cookery session with Carol
today’s cookery session with carol
today you will be talking about the history of afternoon tea with carol and she will be guiding you through this scone recipe
frittata recipe recap
under the sea dioramas taking shape
light and dark by danny
light and dark by nick
here are some examples of decorated and plain shortbread biscuits from carol
to make them you will need:
for biscuit: 125 grams butter
55 grams caster
180 grams plain
for decorating biscuits
coloured ready to roll icing
any flavour jam melted
writing icing brights
bowl, rolling pin, baking tray, pastry cutter shapes of you choice
in this week’s activity packs you will be receiving some homemade rocket and walnut pesto for monday’s pasta cook along with carol
almond and rhubarb tea cake
this week’s recipe is a tried and tested green fingers favourite that has always been popular on allotment open days.
Question: what other vegetables can be use in cake making?
how to make nina’s newpaper pots
lovely fresh peas from our allotment
carol will be showing you how to make pea and mint soup with them tomorrow
here is the link to the recipe
salad and smiles
chris shows us how to plant tomatoes
long shot, medium shot, close up
some salsa steps from jose
another great video from the grange
Here is the recipe for Carol’s session
Carol would like you to have a look at this chart.
Have a think about the vitamins and minerals in the food that you are eating.
How healthy do you think you are eating?
What could you eat more or less of to benefit your health?
natural and artificial light
have a go at making salt dough so you have some for sue’s session on wednesday
staying home and keeping busy
dj baby g dance party no.3 today at 2pm. Just press play and let loose in your living rooms!!
some stretches to help you stay active
here is a link to some useful easy read information about covid-19:
here is the recipe for the pasta bake that carole demonstrated on friday. hope you like it.
congratulations and thanks to a very sporty student for her fundraising efforts. she completed a sponsored cycle of 2.6 kilometres and has donated the money raised to four charities including stepping stones. you are a star!
yellow, squishy and spongey photos
join us today at 5pm for a video call dance party with DJ Baby G
what we have been doing
Next dance party at 5pm on 17th April press play and start throwing shapes!
thirteen screens today (a new record)
our next video call will be on friday afternoon, get in touch if you want to join
spot the difference
a video from our friends at the grange
your photos of spring
thanks DJ Baby G that was great!