School kids get mid-day taste for the Med

YOUNGSTERS got an exotic choice of food when primary schools served a Spanish lunch. They tucked into paella, Spanish fish and omelettes last week as part of Tower Hamlets Council's programme to 'spice up' school dinners with more interesting dishes

YOUNGSTERS got an exotic choice of food when primary schools in London's East End served a Spanish lunch.

Pupils tucked into a meal of paella, Spanish fish and omelette dishes last week as part of Tower Hamlets Council's programme to 'spice up' school dinners with healthy and more interesting dishes.

The kids were also given the chance to win MP3 players, portable CD players and fold-up scooters with a quiz during their lunch break.


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