'I enjoyed the Toby Carvery visit because I learned how they cook the food and that the oldest vegetable belongs to the cabbage family. I liked the Yorkshire Pudding with ice cream - it tasted lovely!'
Rhys Evans - Year 6 pupil
Pupils of Year 6 visited the Toby Carvery in Carmarthen. They engaged in a variety of activities, with the children learning about the importance of eating healthily, careers in working in kitchens, having a guided tour of the kitchens and learning everything about the huge variety of fresh vegetables the Toby Carvery serves. The children were given the opportunity to serve ice creams and experience the journey of the humble potato from the time they are delivered to the restaurant to the time they are served for lunch.
At the end of the session, the children enjoyed a carvery lunch with meat carved for them by the teachers. They also received a voucher for a meal at a reduced price and for a free ice cream! The school would like to say a huge 'thank you' to the Toby Carvery for their generosity and a very informative visit.
Please click on the pictures below to see how much fun we had on our visit: