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Year 7 Coffee Shop

The final scheme of work for year 7 gave our classes the opportunity to open their own coffee shop for one lesson.

The final scheme of work for year 7 gave our classes the opportunity to open their own coffee shop for one lesson. They decided that they would like to turn this into a small fundraiser for Macmillan, and ran stalls selling cakes and cookies, and a stall for guessing games! 

They worked extremely hard and just wanted to raise money for a charity that is incredibly important for so many of these students. 

'Would you rather be in a stuffy classroom, or eating cake?' Ben Woods year 7

'Originally I made a big cake to attract people to buy off us,so we could raise as much money as possible, we chose Macmillan because they offer support, not only for the cancer sufferer but for their family" Teddy Deaville year 7

'We think Macmillan are great, they are able to help so many people and we are lucky to be able to help them do that too" Cameron Hardwick year 7

'With other schools you don't have opportunities to do this, we have had lots of fun and interacted with other classes. Cancer is really horrible and it's so good that we get to help other people we feel lucky to have the chance to donate to a charity that we may need in the future" Aashir Ahmed year 7

'We worked as a team, we've sold out which makes us so happy, between our two classes we have raised so much many which will allow Macmillan to support more people" Lucy Robinson year 7

 

One of the games was: Guess the weight of this marvellous cake to win it..

 

Weight was 3140g

 

If it's 3.14kg, doesn't that make it a pi(e)?