Worle teacher reaches quarter final of BBC Two cooking show

PUBLISHED: 08:58 15 November 2018

Sharon Boneham teaches design and technology at PCSA. Picture: Shane Dean

Sharon Boneham teaches design and technology at PCSA. Picture: Shane Dean


A Priory Community School (PCSA) teacher has been cooking up tasty treats on a national cooking television programme.

Sharon Boneham and her family are starring in the BBC Two’s Family Cooking Showdown.

Her team includes daughter Emily, an ex-PCSA student, and her brother Marcus.

The design and technology teacher and her team have reached the quarter finals.

Each week, two teams of three family members compete in three challenges, judged by Michelin star chef Giorgio Locatelli and cookery teacher Rosemary Shrager.

Sharon said: “I have had a wonderful time on the show.

“I love teaching at Priory and am keen to share my passion for cookery with students across the school.

“It has been a massive challenge and fantastic experience.”

Viewers will be able to tune in to find out if the Boneham family reach the semi-finals of the show on Monday at 7.30pm.

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