CHILDREN took part in a lesson with a difference – curry cooking classes.
The reception children at Moorlands Primary School saw everything from basic curry making and chapatti rolling to creating dishes like chicken tikka.
And the children also got to taste the treats cooked by Prett Tejura, founder of Kirklees-based food company Curry Cuisine.
Teacher Hannah Woodhouse of the school at Mount, Outlane, said: “As a multi-cultural school, we are delighted that Curry Cuisine ran classes on authentic Indian food and how popular dishes and accompaniments are traditionally made.
“We knew the children would enjoy the experience and hope it helps them to embrace and understand food from different cultures.”
The curry and culture class was part of the children’s work looking at foods from around the world.
Prett Tejura of Curry Cuisine said the workshop allows them to understand the home life of people of other cultures, and what they eat, through practical lessons.