DOZENS of children have attended a summer school.
More than 40 children aged seven to 11 took part in the school at the Sikh Temple at Prospect Street from August 11 to 22.
The temple’s Punjabi school is also celebrating excellent exam results, with all four A-level pupils and all 10 GCSE pupils passing their exams.
The school’s 150 students learn about the Punjabi language, the Sikh religion and traditional Indian musical instruments such as the harmonium, tabla and dhole.
For more information call Jas Sohanpal on 07939 552 095.