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“The more we bake, the more we will sell, the more money we will raise for the school,” she says. “Public schools don’t get much funding, so the fundraising is very important. It is quite an old school, so there is always something to update or upgrade.”

The cake stall is going to be stocked with old school treats including orange cake, banana bread, chocolate cake, lemon slice, chocolate brownies, caramel slice, chocolate chip cookies and melting moments.

Baked goods on display at Camberwell South Primary School’s cake stall. Credit:Justin McManus

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