In September, DCGS hosted its first-ever Cultural Cake Off! In this competition, students across the year groups were given the opportunity to bake a traditional cake from a European country of their choice. The cakes were handmade by the students themselves, and the results were a very tasty treat for both staff and judges!

Miss Robillard organised the event and when we asked why the competition was so important, she said that it was a Different way to promote cultures in school. She felt that it was very important that students should be educated about the many cuisines our world has to offer.

The judges were the staff from the Languages department, and all thought that the baking talent on show the day was incredible. Entries ranged from Danish Dansk Lagkage to the famous German Black Forest Gateau.