Chocabloc with tasty creations
BUDDING entrepreneurs designed chocolate bars and presented them to a Dragon's Den-style business panel.
Youngsters at Brixton St Mary's Primary School were given the task of drawing up plans for the tasty treats – and they were then judged by a committee including Devon County Council chairman Jerry Brook, Sue Errington from Devon Development Education, graphic designer Daniel Jones and Creative Foods manager Jonathan Taylor.
The pupils were marked on six areas including design, taste, packaging, advertising, profitability and ethics.
The winning pair were Daniel Molland and Luke Flemen, with the product Yum Yum Chocky Num Nums.
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The design was a circular ball of chocolate filled with caramel and fudge, and it also came in two different-sized boxes at different prices.
The school's head teacher, Penny Fitch, said: The pair had a fantastic advert which they had created using ICT, featuring animated robots.
"Also, they cleverly continued the ball theme in their advertising, where they produced an animation of one of their chocolate balls rolling across the ground which revealed some descriptive text, and then crashing into a pile of dominoes which fell and came together to make a picture of the product."