Pupils at Drighlington Primary School tucked into some tasty grub as they took part in their very own British Food Week.
A menu that was created based on suggestions the children made featured fish and chips, sausage and mash, toad in the hole and stew and dumplings throughout the week.
Amongst the choice for afters there was Victoria sponge, rice pudding and jam and cherry bakewell tarts.
The delicious dinners were part of a drive to educate pupils about traditional foods that have their roots based firmly in the UK.
Later in the year the school is intending to host Foreign Food Week where they will be looking to explore some rather exotic dishes from around the world.
Pictures: JOHN CLIFTON