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Harold Hill’s Mead Primary School and Hornchurch’s Sanders Draper School team up - with delicious results

PUBLISHED: 11:45 20 July 2012

Marnie Kenny and Lucy Ince (year 4) from Mead Primary School during their recent visit to the Sanders Draper School

Marnie Kenny and Lucy Ince (year 4) from Mead Primary School during their recent visit to the Sanders Draper School

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Primary school pupils from Mead Primary found technology can be tasty on a recent visit to the Sanders Draper School, Hornchurch.

The year 4 students used the equipment in the Sanders Draper design and technology department to create unique chocolate treats. Pupils made moulds in the school’s resistant materials department, melted and set the chocolate into their moulds over in food technology, decorated their creations, and even made their own packaging to take the snacks home.


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