PUPILS were treated to a morning of multi-cultural activities.
Cummins Generator Technologies, based in Stamford, helped introduce cultures from India, China, Sri Lanka and Western Africa to Stamford Queen Eleanor School on Wednesday last week.
Pupils enjoyed Bhangra dancing, chopstick games and designing paper lanterns but the most popular activity proved to be food tasting.
Key Stage 3 progress manager, Kate Moss, said: “The work we do with different community groups and Cummins adds a new dimension to our students’ learning which we really value.”
Last week we mistakenly left pupil Chelsea Richardson off the list of Queen Eleanor Year 7 Gold Certificate winners.
We apologise for the error.