Year 5 Final Bake Off

The Y5 PHPS bake off team excelled today with their signature bakes.

Darcy won the Bronze award with her amazing chocolate cake, Mollie won the Silver award for her astounding lemon drizzle cake and Kacy won the Gold award for her fantastic firework sponge cake.

Adding all the scores for this Autumn term means we can now announce the overall champions.

Mollie is overall Bronze champion.

Joint Silver champions are Kacey and Lillian.

Our ultimate Gold champion is Darcy.

Well done to you all, you are all amazing bakers!

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Tasty Tarts

Great baking again from the PHPS Bake Off team. Pastry was quite a challenge.

Mollie earned the Bronze award, Ricki earned the Silver award and Darcy earned another Gold. Well done everyone. This was a tricky challenge !


The 2015 Year 5 Bake Off Cupcake Round

The first round of the Autumn Bake Off has now taken place. Bronze winner was Ricki, Silver winner was Mollie and Gold winner was Lillian. The whole team did an amazing job and the judges had an extremely difficult time in coming to their decisions. 

Please see photos of the wonderful cupcake creations. 



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A super effort was made by the Summer Bake Off team when they responded to the latest scone challenge.

Winner of the Gold Award was Danielle, who produced incredibly large scones that were amazingly light and fluffy!

Silver winner was Natasha with her nicely glazed, well-presented scones.

Bronze winner was Megan with her cherry scones.


Congratulations everyone, you did a superb job once more!

Please click the ‘Summer Scones’ tab above to see everyone’s entries.


downloadThe bake off teams had a great time participating in the Guinness World Records attempt for the ‘Most participants in a cookery lesson in 24 hours (multiple venues).’

All 25 children made their own Rainbow Salad Wrap and witnesses, Cllr Tremaine Herbert, and Community Police Officer Toni Jones and Steward, Hilary Carter were able to verify that we had followed all the necessary requirements.

The Jamie Oliver Foundation are hoping to set a new record of around one million participants across 115 countries in a period of 24 hours.

Click on the tab above ‘JAMIE’S FOOD REVOLUTION’ to see how it went.