BES foodies forge ahead

Year 11 and sixth form Food and Nutrition GCSE students at Bridgnorth Endowed School (BES) received their certificates for a Food Hygiene Award they completed over the summer. This will support them as they start seeking part-time jobs and work experience in the catering and hospitality industry. Meanwhile, a new set of students have taken up the Taste of Tanzania business, which has been successfully run from the school for a number of years. The charity buys in coffee beans and processes them into coffee bags, which are sold in various retail outlets with all profits going to a school in Umonga, Tanzania.

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