Our Work



Make Bread provides Bread making incursions for schools and kindergartens:School Incursions Kinder Incursions … [Read More...]


Family Classes

Make Bread offers private bread making experience where kids are welcome to join the fun.  It feels like the bakery has come to you.  We provide all the ingredients and equipment, you provide enthusiasm and a functioning oven!Private Bread making … [Read More...]


Kids Parties

Would you like something different for your child's birthday party? An activity that is fun, entertaining and engaging with educational elements children would not learn at school? Our unique birthday party ticks all the boxes! Pizza/Bread Making … [Read More...]

What Our Clients Say


“The Make Bread incursion fitted in really well with our topic of food and culture. Vesna was very well organised and adapted the program to suit our needs. She worked with over 150 students over 2 days and each student was involved in the hands on experience of making bread.

They worked through the whole process of making the dough, shaping and reshaping the bread, cooking, and then of course eating their creations. The bread looked and tasted delicious and was a great experience not only for the students, but for the teachers too.”

Sarah Childe, Brunswick East Primary School


“Thank you for a wonderful morning of bread making.

It is truly amazing that so many varied and delicious breads can be made with relative ease using such wholesome ingredients. We all had a splendid time and want to thank you very much for giving us such an important life skill.

We look forward to the advanced course! (Mind you, we are so full of sticky buns that we won’t be doing anything for a little while!)”

Linehan Family, Canterbury


“Thank you very much for visiting the Fintona Guides!

I have heard some fantastic comments from parents, and the other leaders and I were also very impressed with the incursion. It sounds like the girls had a fantastic time! It was great to see them using fresh ingredients and being taught many components of the bread making process as well.”

Nicole, Fintona Girl Guides Leader