Bulahdelah Central School has declared its Positive Hub Food Program a success after its implementation as part of the student's welfare system earlier this year.
The initiative was devised to assist students who were experiencing ongoing challenges within the school environment.
The program provided participants the chance to engage in new conversations about their positive achievements in cooking.
Conducted over 15 weeks, it required the students to plan, prepare and present a large variety of foods and beverages.
This raised the student's awareness of what they could achieve and allowed them to experience success.
The program culminated with a luncheon prepared by the students for their family, friends and teachers.
Food technology teacher Liz Smith said the program delivered a great outcome.
"The pride shown by the students and the many positive comments received from guests demonstrated the success of the program," she said.
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