6th November 2014
As part of Science Week students in Years 3 and 4 stepped outside the classroom on 23rd October to discover how olive oil is made. They travelled to the stunning medieval town of Ceri to visit a frantoio and learn more about how olives become oil!
The students also sketched some of the fascinating machines used in the process. Of course, they had to taste the finished product on toasted bread - the famous Italian bruschetta.