Youngsters make some noise as they celebrate diversity in Leeds

Pupils from Quarry Mount Primary School host an annual International Evening to celebrate diversity. Pictures: Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Pupils from Quarry Mount Primary School host an annual International Evening to celebrate diversity. Pictures: Jonathan Gawthorpe.
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PUPILS celebrated diversity at a special event at their school this week.

Youngsters at Quarry Mount Primary School hosted an International Evening during Diversity Week, celebrating different countries and cultures through food, hair braiding, drumming and dance performances and live music.

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Kim Georgeson, learning mentor, said: “International Evening is an important event in Quarry Mount’s calendar as it is a chance for the local community to come together to celebrate the diverse nature of the school family.”

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