Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend that students dress appropriately for a cooking environment. Open-toed shoes and flip-flops are not allowed to be worn during class. We know things can sometimes get a little messy, so we will provide an apron for students to wear during the food experiments!
All registrations are taken on a first come, first served basis. Full payment is due upon registration via the online payment system.
Yes, the classes are hands-on. Students will be performing interactive science experiments and working with ingredients during classes.
Yes – every student will be cooking or creating food items during the class, either to eat in class or bring it home!
If any particular class is full at the time of registration, you may request to be added to the waiting list by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you if a space opens up.
Little Chefs Lab does not cook with any peanuts or tree nuts. We do not use any nuts, nut butters, nut oils or nut flour, or items containing the whole nuts. However, we do not guarantee that all our ingredients are produced in a nut-free facility. Additionally, the kitchen and classroom at the Windsor Club, current location of the classes, hosts events that may not be nut-free. Little Chefs Lab will make every attempt to clean the kitchen before classes.
We are sure you appreciate the high cost of running classes and purchasing materials for students based on registration numbers. For this reason, we are not able to offer refunds for cancellations. However, we do accept transfers of registrations from one class to another, as well as transfers of your registration to another student. Please see our Terms and Conditions page for further details.
You don’t need to bring anything except yourself! Little Chefs Lab provides everything the kids will need during classes.
We also try to accommodate children with other allergies like milk allergies, sesame, soy, etc. As long as you let us know when you register your child that there are food allergies or dietary restrictions, we will always try to find a food substitute for the student unless the recipe restricts it. It is VERY IMPORTANT that you indicate these issues when you register for the class.
We will open our doors about 10 minutes before class time to begin checking in and welcoming the little chefs to our kitchen. We will start promptly so be sure to arrive on-time to ensure that you are able to get the full experience from start to finish!
Upon completion of the class, your child will need to be picked up promptly by an authorized person.
As each week begins, the class instructor will discuss appropriate behavior, language, and the safe, respectable use of materials in the classroom and the kitchen. Students will be expected to follow all instructions and policies during the class to ensure a safe and positive learning environment for all students.