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British International School Phuket Hosts Scholarship Bake Off

Donna Toon



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PHUKET – BISP Scholarship Bake Off

The IWA Phuket Team together with the Year 10 – 12 students of British International School Phuket hosted a bake off on Sunday at the Outrigger Laguna Beach Resort Phuket, all to raise money for the IWA a student lead initiative, funding girls in education.

All the participating baking teams showcased their talent, the time and effort they put into set amazingly high standards, and the quality of all the baked goods was impressive and delicious. Live performances through out the bake off by the students of BISP also added to the wonderful community event.

Congratulations to the winners of the Bake Off 2018: “MHEL Bakers” placing first, followed by “Gooey Goddesses” and “Bake Away” in third place. It was a tough competition and the baking skills were absolutely fabulous. An extra shout out to 4th place, “Fab Pavs” and tied 5th, “Rainbow Smurfs” and “Mad Batters”.

The Bake Off 2018, with the help and support of the Phuket community and their sponsors Nick Varley, Ice Arena and Picasso Villas, as well as Outrigger Laguna Beach Resort Phuket, were able to raise 51,650 baht which will help the IWA finance education for girls in India.

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Originally from New Zealand, Donna Toon has been living in Thailand for the last 9 years with her husband Scot and their two boys Jackson and Oliver. After graduating with a Degree in Hospitality Management, Donna has travelled the world with a desire to develop her craft. A recent move from hospitality has seen Donna immerse herself into the media and radio industry, consulting for a number of media companies.

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