Junior Bake Off on Channel 4: How do I apply?

JUNIOR Bake Off sees young bakers, aged between 9 and 15, put their skills to the test in the famous Bake Off tent.

The sweet Bake Off spin off show sees 16 kids go head-to-head to be crowned winner.

How do I apply for Junior Bake Off?

As the 2022 series of Junior Bake Off has already been filmed, the applications are closed.

But the good news is, kids will be able apply to be on the show for season 8.

As this series won't kick off until 2023, the application process isn't open.

But as soon we know, you'll know.

When are 2023 Junior Bake Off applications open?

The application date is yet to be revealed.

However, in 2021 it opened in February, so it could be around this time.

Once again, we will let you know as soon as the information is available.

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What are the rules for going onto Junior Bake Off?

Applicants must be able to commit to all the filming days required for the Programme.

They must be aged between 9 and 15 years old.

For successful applicants, Channel 4 will confirm more precise filming dates as well as more detailed arrangements for filming nearer the time.

In order to minimise risks in relation to Covid 19, certain health and safety protocols, including for example testing, health checks and periods of isolation, may need to be put in place.

If your child was required to miss any school days in order to take part Channel 4 would liaise with the school and local authority to make sure they have the correct license in place to do this.

Get the full list of rules here.

How can I watch Junior Bake Off 2022?

Junior Bake Off 2022 airs at 5pm on Channel 4.

Episodes continue to air on weekday evenings at 5pm.

You can catch up with missed episodes on All 4.

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