Caribbean cuisine featured at Wolverhampton school

| October 29, 2015

Pupils at a Wolverhampton school enjoyed a special Caribbean lunch as part of Black History Month celebrations.

Catering staff at St Edmund’s Catholic Academy on Compton Road West served up jerk chicken, rice and peas, dumplings, banana curry and traditional Jamaican ginger cake to hundreds of hungry students.

Rhiannon Cooper, Gurinder Chattu, Isis Jackson and Alifiyah Zarif celebrate Black History Month. Photo courtesy http://www.expressandstar.com/

Rhiannon Cooper, Gurinder Chattu, Isis Jackson and Alifiyah Zarif celebrate Black History Month. Photo courtesy http://www.expressandstar.com/

Head cook Pam Dhaliwal said: “Here at St Edmund’s and within Wolverhampton we love to celebrate diversity and culture.

“What better way of celebrating Black History Month by giving them a taste of the Caribbean.

“It’s been a fun day, I think the pupils have really enjoyed it and it’s something we will continue to do each year.” Article courtesy http://www.expressandstar.com/

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