Students and staff at North Huddersfield Trust School welcomed more than 100 visitors to embrace different cultures in their community.
Year 10 students organised the event held in school as a culmination of the summer term.
Everything was created by the students themselves - all the ‘loom band’ friendship bracelets and many dressed in traditional clothing.
Global foods featured as a key part of the afternoon celebration with tasty samples from the Caribbean, South Asia, Italy, China and here at home.
On the day of the event the students also organised a whole-school non-uniform day that raised over £350 for community based charities.
Community Infusion spokesperson Michaela Amos, 15, from Deighton said:“The event was a brilliant success and an amazing experience for all of us. It brought the whole community together. Thank you to everybody for their support and help”.
Teacher of Citizenship and Religious Studies Kylie Dargue said: “It was so nice to see the wider community mixing with our students and their parents. It was so enjoyable!”
Headteacher Loz Wilson added: “It was a pleasure to see people from across our vibrant community joining us in school to sit down and share great food and entertainment with our wonderful students, staff and their families.”
Lorna Wright, Community Engagement Manager at the school, said: “The event celebrated our multi-cultural school and staff and students wore traditional dress for the day.
“We were visited by many parents, governors and trustees. It was truly a wonderful day, and an outstanding reflection of North Huddersfield Trust School being a cohesive and inclusive part of its community.”