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International Week at Curwen

A fusion of cultures all come out to play

culminating on carnival day

children and parents

from countries far and wide

sharing their stories, their food and their lives.


International week at Curwen

celebrates our diversity

while binding us together in a wider community

building our resilience, our compassion and our pride

showing that we are the soul of this school

in more ways than what is only implied.


If you were there and saw it

I am sure you can attest

that everyone played their part

and all the children did their very best

and if you missed it I'm really sorry,

but there's always next year to come and see

How international week at Curwen is

a Celebration of you and me!

By Ms C Bryan Year 4 class Teacher (4B)

Curwen’s Annual Citzenship Award assembly kicks off the week lead by our school council members

 Cooking Competiton

One of Curwen’s Cooking competition runner ups and her family. Maryam cooked a Somali tiramisu

Our EAL pupils presented their culture projects to their classes. They shared their culture, heritage and traditions


A chance for pupils to dress up in their traditional clothing and share what country they’ve been learning about in their classes.

KS1 invited the parent in to share their traditions. Our parents were amazing sharing their child’s favourite traditional tales.

Fashion Show

Parent were invited to walk the runway with their children in their traditional clothing

Curwen’s Fabulous Carnival 2019 to end a week of cultural celebration