Pupils visiting Cadbury World, in Birmingham, will see traditional chocolate making demonstrations on a self-guided tour of the Cadbury World attraction.
Helping to bring educational topics to life, the attraction’s interactive Bean to Bar talk gives primary school pupils the chance to discover the origins of the cocoa bean and learn more about the modern-day chocolate making process.
Linked to Key Stage 1 and 2 topics, the fun and informative Bean to Bar talk gives school pupils on a backstage look at the chocolate-making process delivered by Cadbury World’s team within its on-site themed education rooms.
Bean to Bar
Students will begin their chocolatey journey by discovering the ingredients used to make the chocolate and delve further into where they originate from around the world, whilst taking a close-up look at real Ghanaian cocoa beans.
In a sneak-peek behind the scenes tour, pupils will be shown footage from inside the Cadbury factory, giving them a glimpse into the secrets behind the brand’s chocolate-making process.
The education team will explain the importance of the Cocoa Life sustainability programme and why it is so crucial today, before showing some of the most iconic Cadbury advertisements throughout history.
More for schools
Recently joining its extensive portfolio of popular talks is the Design Technology Workshop aimed at the secondary curriculum Key Stage 3 Design and Technology pupils.
Giving pupils a mini introduction into how the design process works in real life, the talk takes a closer look at more than 100 years of Cadbury packaging designs, and works with the school children to create their very own Cadbury wrapper.
Elsewhere at Cadbury World, school groups can learn and discover even more throughout the attraction’s chocolatey zones.
For more information, visit www.cadburyworld.co.uk.