ENTHUSED students learned the art of chocolate making as part their geography course.

The trip to Dr Choc's Chocolate Factory in Windsor saw year 4 Papplewick students learn how to make chocolate.

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Ascot pupils were divided into two groups with one team making and decorating chocolate bars making three with a choice of dark, milk and white.

The students learned how the chocolate is sourced from Peru while the second group enjoyed a presentation on how the sweet treat is made.

Tom Bunbury, headteacher at Papplewick, said: "This particular part of the Year 4 Geography course always seems

rather popular, funnily enough."

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Pupils left the chocolate shop armed with bags of knowledge on where cocao pods are grown and their trusty chocolate bars.