Tesco helps pupils produce wheatsheaf for harvest festival

Foxdell pupils making the wheatsheaf in the Tesco bakery
Foxdell pupils making the wheatsheaf in the Tesco bakery

Tesco Extra invited Foxdell Junior pupils to their in-store bakery to produce a wheatsheaf from dough for their harvest festival.

The visit was part of the Tesco Eat Happy Project, the store runs Farm to Fork trails for primary school children to help them gain hands-on experience about where food comes from.

Foxdell pupils with the final wheatsheaf

Foxdell pupils with the final wheatsheaf

Karen Linley, Tesco’s area community champion, said: “To celebrate harvest we invited Foxdell Junior School in to work in our bakery and help produce a wheatsheaf as part of our harvest themed trails.”

Foxdell teacher Nisa Noor said: “The kids thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon making the bread, we want to thank Tesco.”

Tesco work with Foxdell pupils

Tesco work with Foxdell pupils