The Great Immanuel Bake Off was on the 24th March, judging was from 9am -10am.
Immanuel raised a total of over £1245.13 for Comic Relief with various events for Comic Relief including, the Bake off, a bake sale for staff and students, wear something red or a red nose for £1 donation, a sponsored basketball event and a Trampolineathon event.
We had 55 student and 20 staff entries for the Great Bake Off.
Rev Robin Gamble
John Watts – Governor
Jane Tiller – Headteacher
Lord Mayor & Lady Mayoress.
John Watts Governor
“Fantastic efforts from pupils and staff, a lot of hard work”
“An awesome array of cakes that didn’t disappoint.”
“A rear opportunity for us to experience cooking in schools delightful experience.”
Rev Robin Gamble
“ Forget the Bake Off Series on TV Lets start to think about Immanuel College Bradford!”
Jane Tiller, Head Teacher Immanuel College
“ The production of 55 student cakes and 20 staff entries contributed to a very fun event for such a worthwhile cause.”
Lauren Jeffery Winner of Best Tasting
“ I am very grateful for winning and I hope all the money goes to a great cause.”
Emily Lightfoot Winner of Bun and Bakes
“ I didn’t really expect to win”
Ben Normington – Special award
“ It’s nice that people remember the true meaning of Red Nose Day.”
Phillipa Hall – Best Decorated
“ I am really proud to be a winner and for contributing for such a good cause.”
Joanne Welding – Assistant Head Teacher
“Our students love to eat cake and they are very good at making cakes too! The Great Immanuel Bake Off gives students and teachers a chance to show off their baking skills and to get together in a (mostly!) friendly competition. Paul Hollywood would be proud! Look out for soggy bottoms though…”
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