Spalding Priory School pupils enjoy a taste of India

An Indian treat for Priory School children
An Indian treat for Priory School children
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Pupils at Spalding Priory School enjoyed a delicious meal thanks to Indus Restaurant in Spalding.

Children who attend the school have been studying India in Geography over the past year and have been looking at the climate, culture and landscape.

Teachers thought it would be a good idea to take the kids to watch the chefs cook the Indian dishes, but when they rang to ask, they were also offered a meal for the class.

Teachers said the Indus Restaurant was very generous and all the staff were extremely friendly.

Children and staff were treated to chicken korma and many other traditional Indian meals.

After everyone had eaten, the restaurant even put on an Indian quiz for the children, in which they answered questions confidently.

For some in the class, it was their first ever time in an Indian restaurant, but according to the school, they were pleasantly surprised.

They now have a much better understanding of the project... and more of a taste for Indian food!

The school thanked Indus for its kindness and generosity. Photo (TIM WILSON): SG140316-109TW