BHM Carnival!

The whole school community came together and celebrated Black History Month with a vibrant Carnival.

Delicious Caribbean food was cooked and served by our wonderful parents. Extravagant face fainting and intricate hair braiding was experienced by many. Steel pan drumming wokshops with delightful Calypso music was also enjoyed and not forgetting the dancing! Plus so much more. It was truly a memorable event and definitely enjoyable and fun. Thank you to everyone who made the Carnival a success you are all AMAZING! All your hard work is greatly appreciated . 

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You have the right to practice your own culture, language and religion – or any you choose. Minority and indigenous groups need special protection of this right.