It doesn't mean these kids get pizza every day, but they CAN pretend they're in the Alps and go for a ski in their lunch break.
'Pizza slice' is a popular move in skiing which means you place your skis in a triangle to help you stop. It's also known as the snow plough.
These children are lucky enough to have a dry ski slope at their school in the Midlands. It's one of the only state schools in the country with these facilities.
They are taught by a special ski instructor and they have lessons on the slope - imagine having double skiing instead of double maths?!
Watch the video to see them in action and find out their medal predictions for Team GB at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.