Saddleworth School pupils serve up treats in aid of The Christie

A MOUTH-WATERING spread of baked goodies was served up by Saddleworth School students as they raised £165 for The Christie.

Year ten students in the BTEC Jamie Oliver home-cooking skills group held a Lunchtime Summer Fair to sell their homemade treats and raise funds.

The delicious selection included muffins, cupcakes, Victoria Sponge and chocolate cake and more.

There was also a tombola with prizes donated by the students, including soaps, chocolates, sweets, perfumes and gifts.

And entertainment was provided by the school’s Brass Ensemble conducted by Mrs Sarah Pickett.

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Mrs Margaret Butler, who teaches the BTEC group with Mrs Adele Brooks, said: “It’s a brilliant effort from the whole team.

“Their teamwork is amazing and they have been absolutely wonderful and done it all themselves.

“We’ve lost a colleague to cancer, as many people have, so it is for a cause close to our hearts.”

The Year 10 BTEC Jamie Oliver group comprised Reece Furness, Kerry Gilroy, Viktoria Petrovics, Savannah Salisbury, Georgia Shaw, James Stallard, Samuel Sumner and Amy Uglow.


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