A partnership between Gol de Letra Foundation and SENAI School
Bakery School Brazil
In 2013, the CEO of Puratos, Daniel Malcorps, met Raí de Oliveira, founder of the Gol de Letra Foundation and former player of Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national football team. During this encounter, the idea arose to set up a Bakery School in São Paulo. In the neighbourhood of Vila Albertina, where Gol de Letra had always collaborated with local public schools to offer integral education. It was the start of a fruitful partnership.
In 2014, SENAI (an industry-sponsored expert in technical training) was selected to be responsible for the training of the students. In April 2015, after several visits to the local communities to understand the needs, the Bakery School was opened. It welcomed 24 students, many of them from large families with low incomes. Most students are participating in government income transfer programmes such as Child Benefit (Bolsa Família) and BPC (Benefício de Prestação Continuada), a continuous Cash Benefit Programme.
In 2017, 10 students graduated from our Escola de Panificação in São Paulo: 2 students were hired by Puratos and 8 others by companies in the bakery, patisserie and chocolate industry.
Discover the latest news from the Bakery Schools
October, 1st 2020 marked the start of a new and 5th batch of 21 students in Brazil. But more than that it is the start of a new collaboration with the Natasha School, located in Sao Paolo. The students could start presential classes, taking care of course for all...
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...