Rockingham SHS Education Support students host lunch at Dolphin Cafe


Students Cory Powley and Chloe Watt serving finger foods at the Dolphin Cafe.

Associate principal Caroline Mason and school officer Rachel Heatley.
Students Cory Powley and Chloe Watt serving finger foods at the Dolphin Cafe. Associate principal Caroline Mason and school officer Rachel Heatley.

ROCKINGHAM Senior High School Education Support student hosted a three course meals for guests on Wednesday.

Students spent a week preparing for 16 invited guests, including City of Rockingham Mayor Barry Sammels.

The luncheon was held at the Dolphin Cafe and featured colourful mocktails, open sandwiches, Indian finger food, vegetarian curry, chicken and mushroom vol-au-vent, matchsticks and apple pie.

School officer Anne Meneghel said the aim of the day was to showcase students’ hospitality skills.

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