As part of Food Revolution Day – cooked up by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver to put compulsory practical food education on the school curriculum – over 100 children spent the afternoon crafting their own culinary creations.
The event took place at Brenzett Primary in Romney Marsh with 111 pupils making bread and fruit tartlets.
Head teacher Matthew Easton said: “The chance to learn about, prepare and share food with professional chefs has created quite a buzz at Brenzett and we couldn’t wait to see, smell and taste the delights that the children prepared.
“Every child worked with our caterers Caterlink to produce fruit tartlets, cakes and bread, which then created a wonderful afternoon tea for parents.
“Some of the children shared their rolls during the afternoon tea and others took them home to share.
“The whole day was fun filled and all the children would like to do more activities with food.”