The Great Chelford Bake Off raises money for the Tuberous Sclerosis Association
Pupils at Chelford CE Primary School have been using their culinary skills to benefit the Tuberous Sclerosis Association over recent weeks as the Great Chelford Bake Off came to the village!
Pupils tackled 5 challenges (lemon drizzle, chocolate brownies, flapjack, cookies and mince pies) over the duration of the competition, with each contestant scoring points from our Bake Off Team on the presentation and taste of their masterpieces.
A total of £120.00 was raised by pupils by selling recipes to entrants each week which was kindly match-funded by a parent making a total donation of £240.00.
Headteacher Andy Brady was impressed with pupils' response to the venture which was the brainchild of the School Council, "A key part of our work is helping our pupils to develop an awareness of the importance of making positive contribution to others' lives. We're thrilled that families affected by tuberous sclerosis will benefit from our Bake Off. The quality of pupils' baking was fantastic and the competition was superbly led by out Bake Off Team."
The overall winner of the competition was Daisy from Year 4, who amassed an impressive 42 / 50 points! Daisy is pictured with classmate Katie, enjoying their mince pies!