Take a look at some of the cake competition entries – very high standard this year. Also a few photos from the Fairtrade Café which was a great success!
Todays Fairtrade Cafe was a great Success! The class cake entries were of a very high standard. A huge thank you to Mrs Moore, who had the very difficult task of judging the competition. She eventually chose;
3rd – Mrs Willis’s class with Crumbly Banana Squares.
2nd – Mr Lupton’s class with Chocolate Flapjacks.
1st – Mrs Girt’s class with Beetroot and Chocolate Brownies.
The winners of the competition open to everyone are;
3rd – Mya Fearon year 4.
2nd – Zaynab Makwinja
1st – Mrs Chambers
The remaining cakes will be sold at break time on Monday for 50p each!
Don’t miss our Fairtrade Cafe, in the school hall, on Friday 6th March from 3pm until 4pm. Join us for Fairtrade coffee or tea and cakes baked using Fairtrade ingredients.
Each class will be entering their Fairtrade cake for judging. The winning class will receive Fairtrade chocolate for their class to share!
Are you a keen or talented baker? Enter your Fairtrade cake by 12 noon on Friday to be judged by Mrs Moore, our school cook.
Year 5 took part in a Combatting Global Change workshop while year 3 learnt what it is like to be a cocoa farmer.
Both workshops were organised and led by Leeds DEC.
“It was really interesting and I had no idea how global warming has a really big effect on the whole world” Year 5 pupil
“Very engaging activities that got the children thinking about climate change, really well delivered with great resources” Miss Kelly“