Pupils cook up a baking boost for charity

Balby Carr Community Sports and Science College pupils, from left, Lauren Williams, aged 16, Victoria Richardson, Lucy Stovin, both aged 15, and Ann -Toni Creaves, aged 16, with biscuits they baked to raise money for Comic Relief.
Balby Carr Community Sports and Science College pupils, from left, Lauren Williams, aged 16, Victoria Richardson, Lucy Stovin, both aged 15, and Ann -Toni Creaves, aged 16, with biscuits they baked to raise money for Comic Relief.
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THESE youngsters refused to let a staff training day at school stump their Comic Relief efforts.

Balby Carr Community Sports and Science College pupils Lauren Williams and Ann-Toni Creaves, both aged 16, and Victoria Richardson and Lucy Stovin, both 15, could not get involved in the charity event on Friday because the school was closed to pupils.

But they still found pals and teachers at their school willing to support them when they launched a biscuit sale.

Their efforts brought in £112.20, which will all go to the national appeal.

All four of the pupils know their baking - they are learning hospitality and catering at the school.

The headteacher’s assistant, Alison Blaylock, was among those trying the biscuits.

She said: “I think the school is really proud of them, because the biscuit sale was all their own work and their own idea. And the biscuits were really tasty!”