Health & Social Care National Diploma students got to work to bake an amazing array of cakes for their Christmas tea party. To go with their delicious snacks, the students also served steaming cups of tea and coffee (complete with whipped cream).
The event had a serious side: to raise money for EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice) in Milton.
“I was really pleased to see so many students taking an active part in this worthwhile event,” comments Health & Social Care teacher Sue Dulgarn, who worked with students to organise the event.
“We encourage students to study and volunteer to work for registered charities both as part of their coursework and for extension activities,” adds Steve Picton, Course Team Leader. “EACH is particularly relevant as an example of a care setting for children, and we are very pleased that our students decided to carry out a fund-raising activity for the charity.”
From left to right: Rachel West ready to serves cakes to her customers; Roisin Young with a bun and coffee; ‘tea ladies’ Bobby Claxton and teacher Sue Dulgarn; Lisa Scott, who baked some of the buns.