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Pupils share the love for the Happy House

Anna Jenkins (left) and Joanne Bamber (right) buy biscuits from Joanne Rossall, Food Technology Teacher

Anna Jenkins (left) and Joanne Bamber (right) buy biscuits from Joanne Rossall, Food Technology Teacher

ST Aidan’s students shared the love on Valentines Day, baking homemade biscuits for their classmates.

The enterprising youngsters cashed in on the day of love to sell biscuits for charity.

The batch raised £100 for St Aidan’s CE Technology College’s chosen charity, Happy House in Kenya.

The biscuit sale was the brainchild of Food Technology teacher Joanna Rossall, whose form group in Year Seven has been raising for the charity since September last year.

The Happy House was set up by Blackpool’s Sue Hayward in 2010 to care for orphaned, abandoned or abused children in the Kenyan region.

Schoolchildren were able to order specially made biscuits with personal messages on to send to loved ones, or plain ones to see them through break times.

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