Quarry Bank school hosts bake-off

Students from l-r: Amy Passey , Molly Ratcliffe, Emily Sharkey, Erin Khan, Emily Scriven, Charlie Chance, Jacob Davies and Olivia Humpries.

Students from l-r: Amy Passey , Molly Ratcliffe, Emily Sharkey, Erin Khan, Emily Scriven, Charlie Chance, Jacob Davies and Olivia Humpries.

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STOURBRIDGE students cooked up a storm when they competed against each other in a bake-off.

Pupils from Pedmore, Ridgewood and Redhill School were whisked to Thorns Community College to go head-to-head in the competition on Thursday (June 26).

Students from the schools, which form part of The Stourbridge Educational Trust, were asked to rise to the challenge of baking a healthy cake, using at least one type of fruit or vegetable.

Judges considered the taste, presentation and decoration of their efforts before deciding that Amy Passey, a pupil at the hosting school, was the deserving winner with her raspberry and poppy seed fat-free sponge cake, topped with strawberries.

Rebecca Turley, gifted and talented co-ordinator at Thorns, said: "All students worked with such independence and precision, they made their schools very proud."

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