Last Friday the school suddenly sounded and looked far more vibrant than normal! As part of our Caribbean Celebration Day students were treated to 'some sweet vibes' in the Dining Hall from a steel drum band.
The area was decorated with island flags and a range of other craft activities took place—view here.
Historical displays were all around the hall. Students now know, after events such as the Thai and Indian days, that the kitchen staff outdo themselves for these events, so the lunch queue for the themed food was out of the door! The Jerk Chicken with 'Rice 'n' Beans' was 'brilliant'. Mr Kemp organised a range of activities on the field, including a well attended limbo.
Days such as this allow the school to maintain the conversation about how we can recognise diversity in a celebratory and fun fashion. Next up Australia Day.