The European Day of Languages at Nodehill was a colourful affair. My colleague in the French department, Mrs Gibson put up an excellent display in our school foyer and provided a wealth of beautiful European food at lunchtime for pupils to sample. Watch the video above to get a flavour of the day.
Here is a list of some of the things we had on offer:
Here are some comments from my form about the day:
I had bread. The food was lovely and I think you should do some more days like this. European Day of Languages is a brilliant idea.
I loved today. It was really fun. I had a really nice croissant. I love eating and trying new food. It was fun. I hope we do it next year!
Today I had a bit of chocolate and I liked it because it was white chocolate. I hope we have another day like this again!
I thought the tomatoes were really nice. The crisps were nice. The whole day was very interesting. The food was great. It was nice to see lots of people queuing up to be adventurous and not just having the usual English food.
The Dutch cheese! This was OK, but the taste after was kind of yucky. I thought the day was different for a change. I would like this day again.
I thought it was really nice to try something different. However, the French cheese tasted weird. I tried bread, Spanish tomato, salami, lemon biscuits and a chocolate finger roll.
I had a swirly kind of stick with chocolate and a piece of brie. I loved the brie. I normally have it on crackers. The food was nice and the people who made the food probably eat it as part of their culture.
I had some French bread/toast and it was very nice and crunchy. The best toast I've ever had.
I thought the crusty bread was nice and the Dutch cheese was also nice.
I thought it was nice with the different kinds of bread like German bread and crusty bread.