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A Chocolate Making Adventure for Schools

Chocolate is on the National Curriculum. Yes, it’s true and Chocolate Collective is very proud to deliver chocolate classes to schools across the North West, Midlands and Yorkshire.

We understand that it’s the practical and interactive lessons that can children love the most. Therefore, we have designed our School Workshops to be the ideal complement to classroom teaching. In fact, they are a real favourite amongst teachers (and kids funnily enough) for end of term treats.

Chocolate Events in Schools

What to expect

Chocolate Collective run chocolate making sessions relevant to the age of the children. Because we work closely with teachers, we ensure their teaching is supported.

Firstly, all equipment, supplies and protective clothing are provided by us. secondly, all classes are run within the school timetable to accommodate breaks and lunchtimes. Although dairy intolerances and gluten-free diets can be catered for, our workshops are not suitable for people who suffer from nut allergies.

All children love getting creative with chocolate, no matter what their age. Therefore, why not let them become mini-chocolatiers and bring learning to life?

For an initial discussion or to answer any questions you may have, please get in touch via our Contact Us page.


Ribby with Wrea

"My favourite part was shaping the truffles in my hands, I felt like a real chocolatier!"
"My favourite part was tasting the chocolate, it was scrumptious!"
"We enjoyed it so much we all turned in to Augustus Gloop, covered in chocolate!"
"I learned a lot about where chocolate comes from and how we all need to do our part to help stop climate change and protect the cocoa trees."

Ribby with Wrea Endowd CE Primary
Styal Primary

During our learning about the ancient Maya, Louise from Chocolate Collective visited our school. She delivered a practical chocolate making workshop, which was thoroughly enjoyed by the children and staff. Most children referring to the experience as, 'the best day ever!' Louise shared her wealth of knowledge about chocolate production in Europe. She delved into how cocoa was sourced and used by the Maya civilisation all those years ago, explaining to the children why we have the Maya to thank for the discovery of chocolate. Louise used the best quality ingredients with the children and the end product tasted delicious. We can't wait for our next Chocolate Collective workshop! - Thank you Louise!

Styal Primary School, Manchester
Stockport Academy

Thank you for coming in and sharing the knowledge with the students. It was a great creative day and the students had lots of fun!

Stockport Academy
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