A whole world of culture

By Connie Osborne Friday 20 June 2014 Updated: 20/06 09:47

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Buy photos » St Thomas More pupils Arjun, six, Camilla, five, Finlay, nine, Ashleigh and Carenza, both six, celebrate World Culture Day. Picture by Alex Bradbury 2414006ABR.

FRENCH playground games, Polish dancing and Indian artwork were all on offer to pupils celebrating World Culture Day.

Children from St Thomas More Catholic First School took part in the annual event which explores cultures from different countries through a range of activities.

Pupils also learnt about a Muslim wedding and tried some traditional Samba dancing, encouraging them to celebrate differences and similarities to help people live together in harmony.

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