STUDENTS from an Ascot school have visited a chocolate factory as part of their geography studies.

The year 4 boys from the Papplewick School visited Rosie’s Chocolate Factory at Sheeplands Farm in Berkshire.

The trip, which was on Thursday, January 24 was part of the students geography course and was designed to help them learn about the geography of chocolate.

Tom Bunbury, headmaster of the Papplewick School, said: “Nobody complains about the annual visit to Rosie’s Chocolate Factory.”

During the trip the boys discovered how chocolate is made and studied the process behind the cocoa bean.

The students also made a lollipop and a solid bar of chocolate.