LANGRISH Primary School pupils enjoyed a wonderful day celebrating different cultures from around the world.
Classrooms were transformed into countries and the children took part in a variety of creative workshops form Djembe drumming to designing Indian Henna tattoo, Salsa dancing to building the Eiffel Tower on Friday, January 27.
And they dressed to impress in costumes representing a country of their choice.
Geography co-ordinator at the school Jennifer Flack said "It was a wonderful day of learning, with children working in mixed age groups and supporting each other to learn about the world around them.
“Thank you to everyone involved in making this day so memorable for the children."