Tesco visits Audlem St James Primary School

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Do you know what happens to your food from the farm to your fork? Children in Sapphire and Pearl classes developed their knowledge of food and farming to learn how food is produced and how it reaches our table.
A visit from Tesco provided the opportunity to taste different fruits and cheeses. The children examined and held fish from the fishmonger.
It was a very enjoyable experience.
Thanks to our visitors.

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