Two budding bakers have been busy during Half Term making, decorating and delivering cakes to put smiles on the faces of key workers, and to raise money for those in need in the local community.
Upper Fourth pupil Nadia Ahmad (M) spent several days baking treats for key workers and volunteers including: the GP section of the vaccine centre are Epsom downs, 300 volunteers at vaccination centres and the radiology department in Guildford Hospital. She then gave up even more of her time to help with hampers made for families with young children in Leatherhead, Bookham and Fetcham who were in need of food during the half term.
Lower Fourth pupil Sacha Rogers and her sisters baked their hearts out and made and delivered over 30 boxes of cakes. They found out that not everyone has access to online learning via their own computer and wanted to do something about it. They are donating the money to their local state school, Sheringdale. The figure raised is £895 and still climbing.