After a boisterous time making pizzas at Pizza Express in Sudbury you would have thought the children at Tudor Primary School would have been making a right racket.
But when the school made an unexpected visit to the town centre library after its school trip to make pizzas, the children surprised everyone, staying perfectly silent.
Deputy headteacher Emma Ince said: “Our pizza making was done quite quickly, so we also popped into the library to look at their story books. The staff were so accommodating, and, they were mighty impressed with our almost silent behaviour.
“It was so lovely to go into town and come home feeling proud of our children and the town that we live in
She added: “It was fab being little pizza chefs. We learnt about the Italian flag and how the three colours relate to the three colours on a margarita pizza, cheese, tomato, basil.
“The children learnt lots, had a very hands on experience and some are considering being chefs in the future.”