Harlow pupils travel the world to learn about religion and culture

LP culture vultures India

PUPILS at Little Parndon Primary Academy, Harlow, are travelling the world as part of their Culture Vultures project.

They have taken virtual visits to Australia, New Zealand, Africa, India and Pakistan, to celebrate different religions and cultures. The school’s next trip will be to Romania.

Pupils have also been taking part in several different activities, including a musical workshop to learn about Bhangra drumming. They’ve also sampled a themed menu and invited their parents to join them with Mehndi body art after school.

Kirstie Clark, acting deputy head teacher, said: “We are taking our children on a trip around the world to celebrate different religions and cultures. We are a very diverse school and so as part of our work on British values, we are building respect and understanding of various cultures and religions.”

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