The aroma of global cuisine wafted through Baverstock Oaks School as the annual International Food Festival came alive on Saturday.
The popular event was organised by the Friends at Baverstock (FAB) group run by Kylie Lipscombe and a team of dedicated parents.
Ten different cuisines on offer gave everyone a chance to take off on a culinary adventure.
There were plenty of performances including kapa haka, students playing the ukulele, junior and senior dance, and choir groups. The winners of the 2018 Talent Quest also kept everyone entertained.
The International Food Festival had a carnival vibe with activities such as an X-Shot Battle, parkour obstacle course, book sale, golf putting and more.
The school opened this event to the wider community for the first time, the idea behind it being to celebrate diversity.