Pupils have China in their hands!

Chinese New Year at Scalby School'Henry Thomas,left gets ready to enjoy his noodles and salad served up by kitchen assistant Chris Palmer as Scalby School celebrates Chinese New year.'Picture by Neil Silk 120404
Chinese New Year at Scalby School'Henry Thomas,left gets ready to enjoy his noodles and salad served up by kitchen assistant Chris Palmer as Scalby School celebrates Chinese New year.'Picture by Neil Silk 120404
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STUDENTS from a Scarborough school brought in the Chinese New Year in style after enjoying a raft of the country’s culinary delights.

The pupils from Scalby School spiced up their traditional lunchtime menu with a choice of three traditional Chinese meals to mark the Year of the Dragon.

After decorating their dining hall with Chinese flags and a huge dragon, they enjoyed treats including sweet and sour pork or chicken in black bean sauce with rice.

They could also tuck into a tasty vegetable stir-fry with noodles, with each student also receiving a fortune cookie.

Headteacher David Read said the youngsters had enjoyed learning about the traditions of China and loved sampling the food.

He added: “The food was delicious and once again I’m grateful to Christine Marshall and her team for the trouble they went to, which gave us all a bit of fun during the day.”