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International Week

28 October 2016

What an exciting week for us all! 

  • International Week

International Week in Primary, when we celebrate the fact that we share this planet with each other and that our similarities far outweigh any differences we have. 
It is funny that during International Week we dig into what makes us special and what amazing things come from each country. 

All of the children will have found out something different or even unique about the country they are studying, or something special about their own country which they proudly describe to anyone that will listen. But in all of that celebration of difference, we are also warmly aware that our school is like a big family. 


Michael Waterhouse 
Deputy Head of Primary