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International Olympic Banner and Flag Making Afternoon

On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children.

 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 1
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 2
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 3
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 4
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 5
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 6
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 7
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 8
 On the afternoon of Tuesday 12th June, the hall was full of activity as children in the school who speak other languages alongside English, were invited to make good luck banners and flags in their home language, to show support for those countries which are important to them and their families. The children were all very busy and it was lovely to see how the older children in the school were supporting those younger than themselves. Some parents also joined in and were of a great help in assisting the children writing in various languages. The school is now decorated in lots of colourful banners in many languages including Malayalam, Polish, Portugese, Spanish, German, French and Shona. At St Walburga's we are very proud of having the Intermediate International School Award and are always looking for ways to embrace the international nature of our school and celebrate the different languages and cultures important to our children. 9