Pupils take part in fairtrade bake off

Tarfside Primary School pupils marked fairtrade fortnight by inviting their parents to join them in a "fairtrade bake-off".  Teams of parents and children raced against the clock to make fairtrade chocolate crispy cakes.  Their baking skills and the end results were judged by Head Teacher Christine Maclean and glen resident Sandra Guthrie.  Primary seven pupil Alisha Bramley came out on top, just beating Isabella and Georgina Pirie and their Mum, Helen.  The children also gave their parents a short presentation on how fairtrade helps farmers in developing countries

Tarfside Primary School pupils marked fairtrade fortnight by inviting their parents to join them in a "fairtrade bake-off". Teams of parents and children raced against the clock to make fairtrade chocolate crispy cakes. Their baking skills and the end results were judged by Head Teacher Christine Maclean and glen resident Sandra Guthrie. Primary seven pupil Alisha Bramley came out on top, just beating Isabella and Georgina Pirie and their Mum, Helen. The children also gave their parents a short presentation on how fairtrade helps farmers in developing countries

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Tarfside Primary School pupils marked fairtrade fortnight by inviting their parents to join them in a ‘fairtrade bake-off’.

Teams of parents and children raced against the clock to make fairtrade chocolate crispy cakes. Their baking skills and the end results were judged by Head Teacher Christine Maclean and glen resident Sandra Guthrie.

Primary seven pupil Alisha Bramley came out on top, just beating Isabella and Georgina Pirie and their Mum, Helen. The children also gave their parents a short presentation on how Fairtrade helps farmers in developing countries