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 senses 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, available to use.
The children then sat down to eat their pizza while enjoying the real restaurant dining experience, and were able to expand on their vocabulary by describing what their pizza tasted like.
Year 1 teacher Amanda Epstein said: “We have been running this project for a number of years now which is a fun and creative way for the children to learn about senses, and each visit is as good as the last.
“I’d like to thank Eduardo and the team for welcoming us down once again; we’re already looking forward to our next visit.”