Dear parents/carers, teachers and friends of the school,

The PTFA had our first meeting at the end of last week and, like everyone on the planet, we have been scratching our heads to see how we can adapt to the new normal – how can we keep COVID-compliant and still raise funds for the school?

Well, we think we may have an idea that will be a lot of fun, all-inclusive and should produce an excellent end result!

Introducing ‘The Great Saint Greg’s Cook Book’! The PTFA would like to put a call out to all budding chefs and bakers in the school and ask families to please email us with your favourite family recipe and also include some photos of your child or children doing the cooking. We will then produce a beautiful cookbook in time for Christmas which will be available in a print or digital format. We haven’t finalised the prices yet but we will get this information out to you all very shortly and rest assured we have our eye on the budget and are aiming for this to be in the ‘stocking stuffer friendly’ price range.


Step 1. Choose your recipe. If you have more than one child in the school you can enter one recipe per student.

Step 2. Write up the list of ingredients including the weights/measurements in grams or cups.

Step 3. Write up the instructions in clear, easy-to-follow steps.

Step 4. Cook up your chosen recipe and please take some fun photos as you do so, most importantly, of the end result. Please make sure your photos are in high
resolution. Also please ensure if the photos feature your child/children you are happy for them to appear in both the digital book and the printed one. If you don’t wish for them to appear please just take photos of the cooking.

Step 5. Please email the recipe and photos to and don’t forget to include your child’s name and tutor group with each recipe.

Step 6. Don’t miss the deadline! All entries to be emailed by November 6th.

Please note not all recipes sent will appear in the printed book – but they will all appear in the digital book.


If you have Facebook please think about seeking out our page, Saint Gregory’s Bath PTFA, and following us to keep up to date on this, and other initiatives that we are involved with.