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Jungle Book Theme – Indian Food Tasting

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The Planets class enjoyed exploring some Indian food today. We had poppadoms, naan bread, samosas, pilau rice, onion bhajis and chicken pakora.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the foods using their senses, some pupils chose just to touch and smell the foods. However, most were brave enough to give the food a taste or a little kiss.

Jungle Book Theme – Indian Food Tasting

* SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS, RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS, CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS *

The Planets class enjoyed exploring some Indian food today. We had poppadoms, naan bread, samosas, pilau rice, onion bhajis and chicken pakora.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the foods using their senses, some pupils chose just to touch and smell the foods. However, most were brave enough to give the food a taste or a little kiss.

Jungle Book Theme – Indian Food Tasting

* SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS, RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS, CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS *

The Planets class enjoyed exploring some Indian food today. We had poppadoms, naan bread, samosas, pilau rice, onion bhajis and chicken pakora.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the foods using their senses, some pupils chose just to touch and smell the foods. However, most were brave enough to give the food a taste or a little kiss.

Jungle Book Theme – Indian Food Tasting

* SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS, RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS, CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS *

The Planets class enjoyed exploring some Indian food today. We had poppadoms, naan bread, samosas, pilau rice, onion bhajis and chicken pakora.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the foods using their senses, some pupils chose just to touch and smell the foods. However, most were brave enough to give the food a taste or a little kiss.

Jungle Book Theme – Indian Food Tasting

* SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS, RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS, CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS *

The Planets class enjoyed exploring some Indian food today. We had poppadoms, naan bread, samosas, pilau rice, onion bhajis and chicken pakora.

Pupils enjoyed exploring the foods using their senses, some pupils chose just to touch and smell the foods. However, most were brave enough to give the food a taste or a little kiss.