Pupils at Low Port Primary in Linlithgow developed their European taste buds last week with a special cafe offering dishes from different countries.
French is the language taught at all years in the school but pupils also got a chance to try out some Danish delicacies and tasty tapas.
Principal teacher Lynda Stobie said: “This was a chance to focus on modern languages and we also invited parents along so they could experience what was being taught.
“The primary seven pupils organised the cafe, buying the food in with a budget that they had to keep to. It was about raising awareness and learning a bit more about foreign languages.”
Some of the children also engaged their artistic skill by creating landmarks from European cities such as an Eiffel Tower made out of dry spaghetti and marshmallows.
There was also a fashion show, with a running commentary on the clothing done in French.