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International Week in Primary

27 March 2015

This week was the much anticipated International Week in primary. There were international themed activities going on in classes, a visit from singer/songwriter Courtney Campbell, the delicious food fair and the stunning International Parade. James Morgan, Primary Humanities Coordinator tells us about the week. 

The whole of the primary school would like to say a massive THANK YOU to all the parents who helped make this International Week a fantastic experience for all the children. We know that a huge amount of time and effort has gone into the Food Fair and the International Parade costumes and it wouldn’t be the same without the help of all the mums and dads.

International Food Fair

The International Food Fair served up delicious offerings from across the globe as our children were taken on a delightful culinary journey, sampling some of the most exotic and flavoursome dishes our diverse and multicultural community has to offer.  The children loved the event…

“I liked the Dutch waffles because you could put whipped cream on them!” – Jill, 3S

“I really liked the English Jelly.” – Aurelia, 1P

“I really liked the Korean food, especially the Dak-go-chi.  I also liked the Jelly from England.” – Yeohoon, 5I 

International Parade

Thank you also to everyone who attended the International Week.  The children looked fantastic as they paraded across the school.  As ever, the children were thrilled to be supported by so many proud parents and this wonderful display of pageantry and colour was a joy to behold.  

- James Morgan, Primary Humanities Coordinator

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