Ok then, I'll keep them for you,( fished one out of the firelighting pile just in time lol)...I will mention though that if he wants to learn to cook, its probably going to be dissapointing as they waffle on about food groups and nutrients there is one practical cooking activity in each set which you have to decide on the recipe yourself and do a time plan for cooking it, my son says its a bit boring but he wants easy credits. He learns more from watching masterchef probably, having said that they are apparently revamping the level2 course next year to include more practical activities. This is kind of OT so I'll stop now...now if you want any seeds email me, I even have a little bit of native celery seed I gathered from under the cliffs where the shags nest here, no surprise why the maori called it Tutaekoau!
HI Johanna, so glad you made contact :) I 'knew' you from lurking on the RUA e-mail list actually. I could send you some of the booklets from correspondence school to take a look at if you like, I'll email you soon.