St Nicholas Primary School in Broxburn invited Dragons Den star Shaf Rasul to officially open their new cafe recently.
The kids are running it as a social enterprise business called Food For Thought.
The café will be run by the pupils for the school community, the elderly and other community groups.
Profits from the cafe will be used to support local vulnerable groups and St Nicholas’ sister school in Ghana.
Head Teacher Karen Brown said: “Pupils had been exploring global citizenship and began to explore how they could make a difference in our school and local community whilst continuing to support the Fair trade cause. They decided to embark on a social enterprise initiative and start up a fairtrade community café and the idea for Food for thought was born."
Shaf Rasul said: “Today’s schoolkids will be our next generation of innovators, business leaders and wealth creators, so it’s vital that we foster a culture of enterprise in schools.
“It therefore gives me great pleasure to officially open their community café and I will be watching closely as they meet their objective of bringing a positive impact within their local community and driving profits back towards their charity partners.”
Well done guys!