Greenwich Bakehouse – Want to learn baking?

One of our parents has set up a not-for –profit organisation called Greenwich Bakehouse.
The aim is to train autistic adults in basic baking and to sell our bakes at Mycenae House Community Centre.
We will run a pilot for a year and train 4 different groups of people for 10 weeks per session.
Long–term we hope to set up a catering business to employ adults with autism.

We need four adults on the autistic spectrum to learn baking skills.

We will teach you how to make cakes, scones and bread.




Mycenae House Community Centre , near Blackheath Standard, SE3.






Starting 2nd August 2018 , every Thursday morning 9.30 to 12.30 for 10 weeks.

What do you need to do?
• You need to have a genuine interest in baking (but you do not need any experience).

• Be able to follow a recipe,
• Follow food hygiene rules,
• Travel to Mycenae House
• Commit to come along to every session on Thursday for 10 weeks
• Arrive on time

What will you get?
• You will learn some baking skills and gain experience for your CV.
• It will be autism-friendly, run by 2 people who understand autism.
• It will be relaxed and enjoyable.
• You will learn to work with others and meet new people.
• Travel and lunch expenses paid.

E-mail Julie to find out more.

Download flyer: Trainee advert for GNAS