Narnia’s Turkish delight

PUBLISHED: 09:00 06 December 2010

Pupils Tom and Jenna at St Peter's Primary School in Portishead make Turkish delight as part of their Narnia project

Pupils Tom and Jenna at St Peter's Primary School in Portishead make Turkish delight as part of their Narnia project

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PUPILS turned their hand to making sweets as part of a school project.

During their studies, year four pupils working on a Narnia topic explored the different flavours of Turkish delight.

In the Narnia tales, Queen Jadis uses the confectionery to tempt the children.

Eight-year-old Tom, pictured above with classmate Jenna, said: “Everyone had great fun making Turkish delight of their own.”

Jenna added: “Eating it was the best bit.”


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