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case studies > The Great Ealing Bake-Off


Giving World has partnered with Berrymede Junior School in Acton, London to create an inter-school bake off.

The national school curriculum prioritises cooking and food education as part of the national focus on diet and health. So working in partnership with schools was a natural way forward for Giving World that's created a fantastic competition to get children cooking, raising money for local charities and saving thousands of baking trays from ending up in landfill.

And the children get to keep the baking trays so they can bake at home with parents and siblings too. So it's a win-win for everyone involved.

Nearly 48,000 trays have already been distributed to other schools in London with the actual bake-off set for June. The cakes will then be sold to raise money for the schools' local charities including Winston's Wish, the leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK.

The bake-off will not only involve children, but their parents and carers, teachers, school chefs and local businesses. A trophy will be presented to the winner by one of the five judges, including a representative from Giving World.

We at Giving World are delighted that the baking trays are being used in such a creative way, not only to help children with their food education studies, but also to raise money for charity.

If you know of a school that might want to get involved then please make contact with

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