Nov 3 2011 By Ben Spencer
KIDS at Cleeves Primary School donned their spookiest costumes to enjoy a special Halloween feast last week.
The fright-fest menu served up by staff at Cordia included blood and maggot soup (tomato and rice), wizard wand oven chips and skeleton skulls and brain glop (tuna pasta with salad).
Although the food may have sounded ghastly it was all prepared to Scottish Government nutritional standards.
And to celebrate munching on the fiendish fodder, youngsters at the 400-strong south side primary school popped on their finest Halloween costumes to enjoy the day.
Outfits included a terrifying clown, little princess, spooky witch and Super Mario.
Susan Beaton, school head teacher, said: The children and staff loved dressing up for Halloween.