Westonzoyland school goes global

Westonzoyland school goes global

A FEAST of Mexican meals and culture was prepared by these children.

GREEK food was prepared for Lisa Cardwell’s class

PAULA Squibbs with her class as they get ready to eat Italian cuisine.

DEPUTY head Jo Hale’s class made Japanese food.

POWELL Thomas and his class salute Russian culture.

GAIL Legg and Julie Cordiner with Australian cuisine.

First published in News

CHILDREN at Westonzoyland Primary School have been given the chance to try dishes and delicacies from around the world at a cultural café event.

Each class chose a country to explore, from Greece to Italy to Japan, to kick-start a learning expedition into different cultures. The pupils were then served food from that country.

Jo Hale, deputy headteacher, said: “The children then went around to all the different ‘countries’ so they tasted all the different types of food.”

Each class is also going to follow its country’s performance at the World Cup this summer.

The school’s initiative also has another goal. Ms Hale said: “We are also looking at healthy eating and poor food.”

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