Pupils say bonjour to French cafe

By Ian Dipple Friday 04 April 2014 Updated: 04/04 09:31

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Buy photos » Sophie and Millie, eight, serve up some French treats with Finlay, nine. Picture by Ian Dipple (s).

CROISSANTS and crepes aplenty were on offer at a Woodrow school as pupils opened up their own French cafés.

Pupils in Year 3 and 4 turned the hall at St Thomas More Catholic First School into several eateries.

They created their own signs and menus in French and then practised their language skills by serving friends, families and teachers.

The annual event supports the pupils' weekly French lessons.

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