Francesco's Italian takeaway in Clitheroe donates pizza supplies to St Mary Magdalene's RC Primary School in Burnley
Francesco's Italian Takeaway kindly donated the pizza supplies to St Mary Magdalene's RC Primary for its design and technology Italian pizza project.
Ian Crosbie, owner of Francesco's Clitheroe takeaway, brought the Year 4 children pizza dough, pizza sauce, cheese and pizza boxes so they could all make one pizza each to take home.
The children thoroughly enjoyed their day making pizzas, writing up a set of instructions on 'How to make the perfect pizza' and designed thank you posters for Francesco's which will be displayed in the new takeaway.
Mrs Sascha Tupling, Year 4 class teacher, said: “The children have fully embraced learning about Italy and Italian cuisine during their DT and geography topic this term.
“I wanted to reward the children for their efforts both in and outside of school and so I contacted Ian at Francesco’s to see what he could do. Ian happily offered his help.
“There's nothing quite like an authentic Italian pizza with fresh dough. I knew the children would love the experience as well as the pizza, which they did.”
St Mary Magdalene's would like to say a huge thank you to Francesco's for their amazing generosity and wish them all the best with the opening of their new shop.
Francesco's has recently opened their new shop in Burnley after successfully opening their first takeaway in Clitheroe, and second take away in Clayton Le Moors, Accrington.