In glorious autumn sunshine, pupils, parents and teachers enjoyed this year’s ‘GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF’ at St Thomas’ Catholic Primary School. Our own Mary Berry (alias Chair of Governors, Mrs Marian Nash) judged an extremely high standard of baking from every class as well as enthusiastic parents. Over £200 was raised in the subsequent cake sales at morning break as well as after school and all proceed are being donated to Syrian Refugees, via - CSAN (Caritas Social Action Network). For more information see: www.csan.org.uk
Great British Bake Off at St Thomas' Primary School
On Tuesday 20th October we are organising a ‘GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF’ at St Thomas’, for all children and parents to take part in.
Our families come from all over the world and cook of all types of delicious food! You can bring in any food (savoury or sweet) as long you have baked it.
There will be a separate categories for children and parents. We will award prizes and the cakes will be sold to raise money for Syrian Refugees. See www.csan.org.uk - CSAN (Caritas Social Action Network)
Bake your cakes and bring them in on Tuesday morning 20th October where they will be judged by our own Mary Berry (Mrs Nash the Chair of Governors) More information is on the School Website. www.st-thomas-canterbury.kent.sch.uk
PLEASE TAKE PART IN THE BAKE OFF AT ST THOMAS’!!!!
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