YOUNGSTERS from Hunmanby Primary School rose to the occasion after visiting a bakery.
The reception class pupils took a trip to Morrisons, in Eastfield, to learn about the art of baking bread.
However, they were also given the chance to create some delicious treats and donned their aprons to make individual doughnuts with a range of tasty fillings.
Teacher Trish Atkins said the visit had been hugely beneficial to the childrens’ understanding of the topic.
She said: “They loved it and got to see how the supermarket mixed their dough before then watching it go along the conveyor belt.
“They also got to go into the proofing room and watch it rise and then saw it all be packaged up which was great.
“Morrisons were absolutely wonderful with the children and the pupils got an awful lot out of the day.
“The staff were so helpful and each child got a doughnut and bread roll to take home.”