INTERNATIONAL Day was a resounding triumph again this year as pupils celebrated a world full of different cultures.
They decorated divas in Asia, helped a Rainbow Serpent find its spots in Oceania, made peg animals in Africa, took part in Amazonian tribal dancing and celebrated a Swedish midsummer.
Thanks to one parent’s brilliant engineering work, a 3D model of London features a a functioning Big Wheel and stunning Shard.
The afternoon showcase featured a wonderful Bhangra dance, led by Year 4’s dynamic teacher Mr Adeel Hussain.
The international market place was packed after school as pupils, parents and teachers mingled and munched on foods from across the globe.
Headteacher Sonja Harrison said: “It was another fantastic journey around the world in celebration of International Day! It really was a feast for the senses, with plenty for everyone to enjoy.
“It was a magical day and one that enhances the children’s learning and school experience in so many ways.
“We would like to extend huge thanks to the parents for supporting the event by cooking for the marketplace.”