This half term Year 6 have made Iraqi Flatbread called Sumoon. They have made the dough, left it to prove and grow bigger, kneaded it and then shaped it before cooking it. Their designs were different so some chose olives, others chose dates but the overwhelming favourite was drizzling the bread with honey before eating it. Those not cooking were in class researching different flours and learning about the role gluten plays in the flour. Others researched farming in Iraq and the effects that the recent Iraqi war has had on farming. The last group researched what is eaten with Samoon bread and the other types of food eaten in Iraq.