PUPILS from Pembroke Dock Community School helped to raise £1,144 for Children In Need last Friday.
There were numerous fundraising events which included a non-uniform day, a bake sale, a disco and the annual Pembroke Dock Community School Bake Off.
The School Council, who were in charge of choosing the Bake Off Champion, had a very tough job with hundreds of entries to choose from.
Each year group had a different type of cake to make with a winner being put forward from each year group, and then an overall winner being chosen.
Ollie, Maiyah, Kloe and Olivia were the winners from the Foundation Phase, while Maddison, Casey, Lily, Bethan and Tegan were the winners from Key Stage 2.
After much deliberation, Casey, from year 4, was chosen as the bake off champion, for her very tasty chocolate brownies.
Freddie, secretary of the school council said: "The standard of baking was really high this year and it was great to see so many entries. We had some very difficult decisions to make, but we made sure we tasted all the cakes several times before choosing Casey as our winner. Her chocolate brownies were delicious."