GIS bake off helps charity


Garden International School (GIS) hosted its first-ever Bake Off competition to raise money for charity.

Students, parents and teachers baked cakes in the hope of winning House points. The event, on September 28, was hosted by House Coordinator Mr Carr and the House captains.

Students sold the cakes in the canteen during break and lunch time. Some parents had the lucky job of tasting the banoffee pies, chocolate cupcakes and Fruit Loopsâ cookies, and then deciding on a winner. In the end Tiger was victorious. Money raised from the cake sales will go to one of GIS’s designated charities.

Students from GIS enjoyed making cakes and raising money for charity at the same time.

Students tuck into some cupcakes!