Budding food students at Highbridge's King Alfred School Academy rose to the challenge when they were invited to make a new cheesecake design and flavour by local food manufacturing company Bakkavor.

Budding food students at Highbridge’s King Alfred School Academy rose to the challenge when they were invited to create a new cheesecake design and flavour by local food manufacturing company Bakkavor.

All of the entries were outstanding but the judging panel declared a joint-winner, Year 10 student Seth Barnshaw with a Lavender and Blackberry Cheesecake.

And Year 11 students Ellie Biddle, Korben Noble and Hoshi Speight also won with a Tequila Rose Eton Mess Cheesecake.

Second place was Paige Batt and Elisha Holbrook with a Chocolate Orange Deluxe Cheesecake.

Judges included Principal Dan Milford and staff from the Bakkavor Production team, General Manager, John Bowman and Ann Clutterbuck.

They marked students on the quality of their presentation, their research into costings and packaging, and the attractiveness and taste of the cheesecakes.

Mr Milford said: “We saw some sensational cheesecakes being made which looked too good to eat!”

”Students developed their ideas and designs in their own time and during after school sessions over six weeks. They also researched target markets, costings and packaging ideas. Well done to everyone involved.”

All the winners received prizes for their efforts.

 

 
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