RHET visit

This week,  P2 enjoyed a visit from RHET (Royal Highland Educational Trust). They participated in an oatcake and butter making workshop where they discussed where our food comes from.  The children learned that arable farmers grow crops and they used the crops to make oatcakes.  As well as that, they also learned that dairy cows need milked at least twice a day. They used cream and a little water to make their own fresh butter.  It was super easy!

Primary 2 have also been busy trying some new foods. Everyone was open minded about trying new things. First up they tried some gluten free and vegetarian haggis with neeps.  Most children enjoyed the gluten free haggis and not many enjoyed the vegetarian option. Afterwards the children tried a sweet oatcake then a variety of fruits that we would find in other countries. Some children were so proud of themselves for trying something new. Well done P2K!