A huge thank you to all the children (and parents and carers) that took the time to ‘get their bake on’ during Anti Bullying Week, in aid of Bullying UK. We were overwhelmed with the amazing bakes: we had some fantastic cakes donated, that were sold and then enjoyed by the whole school.

Our semi-finalists were:

  • YN–Harley Wright
  • YR-Kiera Leigh Tench Preece
  • Y1–Caiomhe Seddon
  • Y2-Astrid Blackburn
  • Y2-Chase Smith
  • Y3-Brooke Horner
  • Y4-Keeley Bailey
  • Y4-Alannah Watson
  • Y5-Riley Harvey
  • Y5-Lucy-Ann Gifford Mitchell
  • Y6-Samuel Somerfield
  • Y6-Luke Tyler Lovatt

Our overall winner was Riley Harvey, chosen by our Woodlands Safeguarding Team Members. Riley’s innovative design included a group of shortbread people, standing holding hands, with a clear message that ‘together we can stand up to bullying.’

Riley was presented with a chef’s apron, cookie cutters and a cook book as a prize for his design and  delicious tasting cake, in our whole school assembly.


Our runner up was Astrid Blackburn. Astrid’s cake was decorated with gingerbread men ‘having fun’. The different coloured buttons placed on the gingerbread men represented different faiths and cultures standing next to one another. Astrid was also presented with a prize as runner up.


We are delighted to announce Woodlands Bake Off, together with the sale of the Bully UK wristbands raised a total of £256.00 for the charity Bullying UK.