Away from the current uncertainties, Year 7 pupils celebrated European culture today with a fabulous event which ‘brought together the nations’.

The morning started with a colourful European Breakfast, in which pupils came dressed to impress and munched their way through a feast of croissants, German sausage, chorizo, olives and much more.

A country sing-off followed in the Music Centre, where the teams representing their countries sang their hearts out. Fashion also played a big part in the morning’s activities as the pupils strutted their moves on the catwalk in a bid to win the best country costume of the day.

Where there’s fun there is also learning, and so academics played a part in the form of a quiz, which was designed to test the pupils’ knowledge of their chosen country.

Prizes were awarded for the best costume: first prize went to Robert H, not only for his fabulous French onion seller outfit, but also his enthusiastic participation in the fashion show. Second prize went to the beautiful ‘Spanish Señorita’ Lauren D.

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