b'Cooking at The 2019/20 year has been an exciting and productive year. Learners haveKeystone been busy learning new skills, taking part in community activities, building new friendships, and making plans for their future.CafSome of our successful community activities included The Knibb Halloween Walk, The Lantern Parade and our stall at the Christmas Teenage Market. Learners were creative and imaginative with their ideas which includedmaking Swedish candles, scaring people as part of the Knibb cellar walk, making giant lanterns and preparing and serving a 3 course Christmas Lunch.Learners had the chance to attend various educational visits including Bugtopia, a Mental Health Awareness Event and the Young Carers Open day at Sixfields.Throughout the year our learners continued to engage in a range of work experience opportunities including the Keystone Salon/Caf, the Bike/Construction Workshop, the Green Patch and Geddington Brick Yard. This gaveChristmas them the opportunity to learn a range of practical skills such as devising lunchtime menus and transforming staff with a new hair do!LunchStall at TeenageThis year saw the introduction of our animal care programme. We welcomed Winnie and Suzie our college hamsters. Learners have been working hard to expand this programme Market by constructing hutches and pens for planned new arrivals including guinea pigs and quails.We also introduced Travel and Tourism. Carole Carson, Deputy Head'