A pizza treat

Wargrave pupils made their own pizzas at a local restaurant, as part of a class project on senses.
Wargrave pupils made their own pizzas at a local restaurant, as part of a class project on senses.
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These St Helens children have been cooking up a treat.

Year One pupils at Wargrave Primary School got a real taste of Italy after visiting an Italian restaurant as part of a class project.

The children, who have been learning about senses, visited local Italian restaurant, Ariete Italian Bar and Restaurant in Newton-le-Willows, to explore the sense of taste and smell - and they were sure in for a treat.

Restaurant manager, Eduardo Carcamo arranged for the pupils to design and make their own pizzas from scratch, with a range of toppings including cheese and tomato and pepperoni.

The children then sat down to eat their very own crusty creations, enjoying the real restaurant dining experience and were able to expand on their vocabulary by describing what their pizza tasted like.

St Helens Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Lifelong Learning, Coun Jeanette Banks, said: “What a delicious lesson this was, and what a tasty way to engage with business in the community.”