Take a look at school lunches from around the world
What do you usually eat for your school lunch? Take a look at these tasty treats from around the world and see what you'd fancy if you had a different choice.
Baani, a 5-year-old Indian schoolgirl, has a flatbread, a turnip dish and mangoes for her lunch. How often do you have turnip for lunch?
In Argentina, some children have milanesa - meat covered with egg and bread. It's often served with potatoes. Looks tasty to us!
Salmon, rice and fresh salad is on the menu at the Anne Franck school in Lambersart, northern France. At least there's a doughnut for dessert!
A school girl at the Angela Landa elementary school in Cuba tucks into rice, fried chicken, yellow pea soup and a piece of taro root. Taro is a popular vegetable in Cuba and apparently tastes a little like sweet potato.
Kids at El Caminet del Besos kindergarten in Barcelona, Spain, have vegetable soup, veal salad and fruit for their lunch.
This might be more like you take to school in your lunchbox, but this packed lunch is actually from Ecuador. We quite fancy that cheese, ham and tomato sarnie.
In Pakistan most children bring in home cooked food for their lunch. This photo is from lunchtime at Bahria Foundation school, and there's pasta, chicken nuggets and chips. The Principal says he tries to encourage parents to give their children healthy options.
What do you usually eat for your school lunch? Well, if you lived in Indonesia you might have something like this - rice, meatball soup, tofu and vegetables.