On Friday 26th June 2009 KSJ celebrated International Day. Our school is made up of children of many nationalities and our diversity was celebrated through a whole day of activities and an assembly.
Year 3 focused on China, making Chinese dragons in class.
Year 4 studied India, creating sunset pictures of the Taj Mahal, made naan bread and Tie died.
Year 5 created Greek Salads and Olympic medals when looking at Greece.
Year 6 looked at New Zealand, creating fact files and Maori Masks.
During the assembly, each year group took to the stage to perform.
Year 3 and 4 children sang songs in French. Year 5 children informed us about the nationalities represented in our school, a list which includes: Thailand, Vietnam, Poland, India, Turkey, Latvia, South Africa, Finland and France. Year 6 children performed the Haka (A traditional dance form of the Maori people in New Zealand.)
Please enjoy the photos below.
Naan bread production
Indian silhouettes using Indian inks