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International Day – Dress to Celebrate our Diversity - Friday 18th October

This year Secondary School students will be celebrating International day on Friday 18th October.

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This year Primary and Secondary students will be celebrating International day on Friday 18th October by coming to school dressed in either their national costume, their national sports team kits or in the colours of their flags. This is not just a non-uniform day.  It is an opportunity to celebrate our huge diversity and a time to acknowledge our roots and heritage.  It is a time to be proud of who we are and where we come from; celebrate our differences whilst reflecting on all things we hold dear to our hearts – family, culture and origins; and through this come to the realisation that our basic needs are all the same –acceptance, friendship and a supportive community.

Let’s dress to celebrate our Internationalism and diversity!  Friday 18th October across the campus! 

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Jean Kingham
Assistant Head Teacher - Inclusion