Special taste of Chinese culture
A number of pupils spent the last week of the Spring term getting a special taste of Chinese culture to coincide with the Chinese New Year.
Pupils learned about various elements of Chinese culture including astrology, food, education and life style.
Nunnykirk headteacher Carol Hodgson said: "As part of the curriculum pupils learn about other cultures so the Chinese New Year was a great opportunity to bring that to life through a series of events at the school. My daughter Kate also agreed to talk to students about her time teaching in China and did some basic language skills."
During the week pupils also made Chinese lanterns and lucky money envelopes.
Pictured are pupils Bradley Meadows, Andrew Brook and Sam Hutchinson enjoying the Chinese buffet.
Photo: courtesy of the Morpeth Herald.
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