PUPILS from St John’s Primary School in Spalding discovered they are bakers born and bred – thanks to a visit to the town’s Sir John Gleed School.
Staff on the girls’ campus invited the youngsters to come and make bread rolls.
Teacher Sue Rees said: “They shaped the dough into four rolls – a cottage roll, a plait, a twist and a hedgehog.
“They baked their rolls, left them to cool and then took them back to their school on paper plates. They all had a great time and were asking to come back again.”
One class of Year 3 pupils visited at the start of the month and the second class went along a week later.