Children from North Norfolk pay visit to Sheringham to learn about life on the subcontinent

Pupils from a north Norfolk school paid a visit to a restaurant in Sheringham – all part of learning about life on the subcontinent.

Kelling Primary School youngsters completed their topic relating to the subcontinent with a visit to the Labone Indian Restaurant in Sheringham.

They sampled and enjoyed a variety of dishes and also learnt about everyday life in Bangladesh from the staff at the restaurant.

Acting headteacher Adrian Platt said: 'It was a very successful lunch which broadened their experiences.'


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