The future is what you bake of it
Mr. Malcorps tells you how the Bakery School Foundation
started and how it supports the community.
Four bakery schools across the globe
Over the past years the Bakery School Foundation opened four Bakery Schools across the globe. The first school was in India, followed by a second one in Brazil, Mexico and in South-Africa.
At the Foundation we really take this project at heart! That’s why we are very proud to announce that we are preparing the opening of a new Bakery School in Romania, next month. We hope many others will follow!
The schools bring a hopeful future to underprivileged youngsters, it provides much-needed financial support to their families and finally it creates skilled labor and benefits the whole community.
No doubt that we want to further spread the magic!
Bakery school foundation
We believe that the growing Bakery, Patisserie and Chocolate sector will continue to have a lack of well trained and skilled labor in the future.
We are committed to have an important impact on the life of underprivileged kids by training them to become future Bakers, Patisseries and Chocolatiers.
Discover the latest news from the Bakery Schools
We are extremely delighted that Bakery School Romania is almost finished. We have 3 more weeks until the opening and many things to put in place until then. With the help of our colleagues from Puratos Romania HQ who joined forces today, we managed to arrange the 3...
In COVID-19 time, Bakery School Brazil launches a challenge to her students to keep the learning & passion going!
Studying and being student in COVID-19 times can be sometimes difficult, also for our Bakery School students. For that reason our staff and teachers from the Bakery School in Brazil came up with a great idea : launch a challenge to all our students to keep the baking...
The pandemic situation has taught us to be more creative, and to make better use of on-line resources and strengthening our connection with our students. We learned how young people are sensitive to change and how a few things can make them more vulnerable. One thing...