PUPILS at Thorney Island Primary School have been learning about different cultures around the world.
The school’s hall was set up like an international airport with different areas representing destinations around the world, like Spain, Australia, and Africa.
The youngsters from Year 1 to Year 6 got a taste for each country with paella, and a barbecue among some of the foods on offer.
There are a number of nationalities at the school, which is on the Baker Barracks army base, including from Fiji, South Africa, Ghana, and Germany.
Pupils in the reception classes have also got involved in the International Week by sharing their languages with each other.