Pupils from Lawn Manor Academy were among the Ascend Learning Trust welcomed to The Wellington Academy in Tidworth for a cookery competition.
With The Wellington Academy's own chef coming in to give the final scoring, the competition was very close.
However, Lawn Manor Academy's Tyler and Jahvaya took first and second place.
Each student received their own spoon, certificate and set of personalised bake-off stickers, while Tyler however, also received a star baker branded apron.
Mrs Osben, the venue's Subject Lead for Technology and Visual Arts, said: “It is great to see all of the students from the trust schools come together to celebrate doing something they enjoy.
"For us and our students it is a great chance to create a relationship amongst schools and have fun doing so.
"All of the children did an amazing job. With everyone’s score being extremely high it was an extremely close call as to who would be taking home the star baker award.
"Due to it being so much fun for staff and students we have already been in discussions to carry on the bake off with each school taking it in turns to host.”
All schools from Ascend Learning Trust (ALT) joined in a bid to win the ‘Star Baker’ award.
Mrs Osben created the competition.
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