Highfield School will be taking part in its last pop-up cafe of the academic term on Monday (June 20).
Children and young adults with special educational needs will bake and sell freshly baked scones, cookies and other treats as part of the Cafe Highfield project.
They will also serve up tea, coffee, milkshakes and fruit squashes.
Cafe Highfield first opened on February 29 as a social enterprise for Highfield students to gain real work experience.
Based in Downham Road, Ely, Highfield School supports people aged between two and 19.
This will be the last pop-up cafe until September 16, and will take place from 10am to 11.30am at the Ely Cathedral Centre.