May 21st was United Nations World Day for Cultural Diversity, so for two weeks we asked parents to join us for class reflections and talk to children about their family’s cultural heritage. Children loved hearing about different lives in other countries and within our own community, as well as getting to see and hold many interesting objects and artefacts. Some children even gave their own presentations and cooked traditional snacks for their classmates to try! Children have learnt about India, Judaism, Nigeria, Poland, Romania, South Africa and many more! A big THANK YOU to all the parents who joined us and the children who showed such pride in their identity. Well done too to all our pupils for showing curiosity and RESPECT for traditions that are different to their own.