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Celebrating languages across the globe.

STAFF and children of Stonebow Primary School, Loughborough, came together to celebrate International Mother Language Day. Each Key Stage centred their work around a different continent and the children moved around from classroom to classroom to find out about life and language in different countries within that continent.

From making paper windmills to tasting dumplings and dancing to 'Gangnam Style', a great day was had by all.

A spokesperson for the school told the Echo: "As usual, great efforts were made by the children and their parents to dress in colours to match their assigned country's flag and many families sent in traditional dishes for us to taste.

"Thank you very much! We hope to celebrate this day again next year."


Children of Stonebow Primary School, Loughborough, celebrate International Mother Language Day.

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Publication:Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England)
Date:Feb 28, 2018
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