Children at West Hallam’s Scargill Primary School saw their ideas turned into reality after winning a competition to design a three-course meal.
Pupils in Years 5 & 6 took part in the contest to come up with their most creative ideas for a tasty themed menu.
The winning menu – designed by Alyssa, Imogen and Mary – had a jungle theme and included delicious delights such as forest of cauliflower and broccoli, egg puddle, tiger claw wedges and monkey face chocolate dessert.
The competition was run in conjunction Phil and Leeann Thompson who run the Rose and Crown pub in Morley. They chose the winning menu and then invited the top three teams, along with headteacher Mr Poole and class teacher Mr Clark, to enjoy the extra special meal at the pub.
The children loved seeing their design turned into reality and agreed the meal was delicious.
Alyssa said: “My favourite bit was seeing the food in real life instead of on paper” while Mary said: “I loved how much the egg oozed in the main course”.
Imogen added: “My favourite part was seeing the food on a plate. The food was the best!”
Phil Thompson said: “It was great to see how much effort the children had made with their menu design. It was also lovely to see the winners’ faces when they saw their food presented to them to eat. It was a pleasure to do this competition with the school.”

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