BAGUETTES, art and mime were served up as Braunston Primary School hosted a French day.
All of the school pupils took part in the day which saw a wide range of different activities.
These included studying French architecture such as the Eifell Tower, both historic and contemporary artists and looking at the work by mime artist Marcel Marceau.
Pupils also sampled different bits of French food including baguettes and brie as part of the day held on Wednesday May 23.
The school’s French co-ordinator Martine Landeman said: “All of the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. They had an assembly at the end of the week where they could show off some of the things they made and had learnt.
“We organised the day because we want the children to learn about different things and to get beyond the stereotypes that people normally have about the French.”