The NASUWT annual arts and minds competition aims to promote and celebrate cultural diversity.
The competition is open to pupils from primary, secondary and special schools across the UK. Entries should reflect the completion’s aims to promote cultural diversity and equality and tackle racism in schools.
TV Presenter Gok Wan will again be choosing the overall winner
For more information please see the attached flyer Arts and Minds Competition flyer
CLOSING DATE: 1 JULY 2014
The grounds of Prestongrange Museum will be taken over for a fun filled day of music, food and crafts from around the world for this year’s East Lothian Multi Cultural Day event.
It will take place on Sunday the 10th of October from 12 noon to 3.30pm. An African women’s choir, Bollywood dancers, Egyptian bellydancing, classical Indian dance, Chinese performers and East Lothian’s Sangstream Choir are just a few of the highlights of this year’s East Lothian Family Multi-cultural day!
Interested in fashion and world crafts? Why not view our Sari draping exhibition and join in a demonstration or watch Nepalese crafts people work their magic! Visit our crafts marquee for more world crafts, fair trade goods and information stalls.
For the little ones why not come along to be enchanted by Tania’s French Puppet Show and storytelling! A fun day for all the family is guaranteed and entry on the day is free!
For more information about the day, please visit http://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/multiculturalday2010
This is a copy of a post from Prestonpans Infant School web site.