Penrith pupils’ recipe for success

Date: Monday 6th November 2017
Alison Morton, Sainsbury’s ambassador, with the reception class who made bread and year two children proudly displaying their Cumbria in Bloom shield which they earned through gardening skills.
Alison Morton, Sainsbury’s ambassador, with the reception class who made bread and year two children proudly displaying their Cumbria in Bloom shield which they earned through gardening skills.

CHILDREN from Penrith’s Beaconside School who are working towards their bronze Food for Life award, which is being funded by the Westmorland Group, were visited by Alison Morton, from Sainsbury’s, who talked to pupils about bread-making and where their food comes from. It was also a time for celebrations as year two children earned a Cumbria in Bloom award for enriching and widening the curriculum through gardening.