Youngsters get a pizza the action as they cook up storm for competition
Pupils have been cooking up a storm as part of a food competition.
The youngsters from Braunstone Community School were tasked with designing their own healthy pizza with the help of a dietician.
They bought the ingredients from the Midlands Co-operative food store in Hallam Crescent, Braunstone Frith, and got to work at school.
The six winners were then given the chance to make their pizzas at the Co-op store.
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Lucy Marsden, cookery teacher at Braunstone Community School, said: "We've been working with a dietitian, Paula Walton, to devise the competition for the pupils. We want to teach them to make the right choices when it comes to eating meals and choosing the right ingredients.
"It's great to take them into a food store like Midlands Co-operative to show them how easy it is to choose the right foods and it was fantastic to be invited back to make them in store."
Karen Ball, from the Midlands Co-operative Society, said: "Healthy eating is a priority for us, both as a responsible retailer and to educate children in the community.
"It's been fun working with students on the creation of their healthy pizzas."