PUPILS at Westbury Infant School have had a taste of different cultures from countries around the world in their recent whole school project which marks the end of term.

During the project, Around the World, the pupils have been exploring African and Asian counties such as India, China, Thailand and Kenya. In lessons they have been cooking and tasting oriental dishes, learning native dances and studying what animals are found in these countries.

The annual project gives the pupils a chance to work as a whole school and learn about ways of life different to their own.

Teacher Elizabeth Channon said: “Each child get’s the opportunity to experience different parts of the world that they may not have been to before.

“These children are only young and probably haven’t been able to travel to all these different countries, so it's great that we can bring all these different cultures and ways of life to us here in Westbury."