CHEF Tom Kitchin visited pupils at Leith Walk Primary School to support Save the Children.
The award-winning chef demonstrated what food children should be eating to stop 2.6 million deaths every year from the effects of malnutrition.
He was help by pupils lyla Ayite, Finlay Florio and Faiq Mughal.
Pupils at the school also made their own creations from Plasticine to show that they believe food shouldn’t be imaginary for children in developing countries.
Save the Children is calling on the UK government to hold a World Hunger Summit to help lead the biggest push in history to reduce hunger. It aims to cut the numbers of children dying by a quarter.