The Max 7 Tea Party in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support
Our Max 7 students and teachers put on a fantastic spread for their tea party.
Class 7NE baked and decorated buns with Mrs Puddy and 7AR baked biscuits with Mrs How. Many of the students also brought homemade donations of cakes, buns and flapjack in to sell.
Mrs Puddy judged the cakes entered into the Bake off competition based on eye catching appeal and symmetry. It was an extremely tough decision as the standard was very high. The winning cake was made by Annabel Beaumont, second place went to Callum McKay and the 3rd place cake was made by Jacob Butler.
The student's families were very impressed with the cakes, buns and biscuits as well as the work they were shown during their visit to the classrooms - it was also a chance for a mini informal parents' evening!
Mrs How said,
"The event was a great success and everyone loved having an excuse to enjoy tea and cake together. We made £50 at the tea party for the charity."
The next day, the group held a bake sale at break time to sell the remaining cakes and buns -
the final amount raised was £205!
Thank you to Mrs Braime and Mrs How, all the students who contributed and Niamh Logan in sixth form for helping at the tea party.
We look forward to the Max 7's next event!