We proudly announce the Summer 2016 Challenge…Cakespeare!
A Cleopatra cupcake? A Romeo Rocky Road?
A Tempest Tea cake? A Juliet Jammy Dodger?
A Macbeth Muffin? A Caesar Cheesecake?
Following in the success of last year’s Supertato challenge, and to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death (and his 452nd birthday), we invite you to design a cake based on the Bard (that’s William Shakespeare, to you and me). You can bake or buy a ready-made cake and decorate it, or draw the cake you would bake if you could give it to the great man himself.
Use your imagination and knowledge of Shakespeare to come up with some fantastic ideas! You could base your design on a Shakespearean character, a play, Shakespeare himself or the time in which he wrote.
There will be prizes for Reception, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and adults – staff, parents, guardians and other family members included!
All entries must be brought in on Thursday 14 July. There will be a special event in the School Hall at the end of the day, with an independent judge, who will announce the winners. After the judging, we would like to cut up the cakes and sell slices for a small amount to raise money for The Refugee Council, which has a specialist section to help unaccompanied children who come to the UK seeking asylum.
So get baking or making and get ready to eat cake for an excellent cause!