Year 8 students were treated to a snack during their Food Technology lesson on this, the last day of term. The students were learning about the production processes involved in making crisps. As part of the lesson they learned that, according to crisp folklore, George Crum, who was a black American chef and restaurant owner, is said to have played a central part in the invention and popularisation of the 'Saratoga Chip', now known in the UK as crisps. It was fitting that the students enjoyed a pack of their own Saratoga chips as they watched a video about the mass production of crisps. During our celebration of Black History Month, students and staff have learned of many of the outstanding contributions of people of African and Caribbean descent, across all aspects of the curriculum. The assembly videos featuring special guests talking about their experiences and challenges that have been watched by all students have had an especially big impact. We'd like to thank all those who have helped us to recognise Black History Month.