New Hanover Prep School News

2017-09-06 06:02
NHP girls’ in traditional Zulu attire.

NHP girls’ in traditional Zulu attire.

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THIS week the children at New Hanover Prep took part in their cultural day where they were inspired to celebrate their cultural heritage while learning about the diversity of our rainbow nation.

They dressed up in traditional clothing from different cultures, shared interesting facts, sang songs in the different languages and ate a variety of foods such as samoosas (Indian), Käsegriller and Bretzel (German), melktert (Afrikaans) and phutu with sheba (Zulu). Diversity activities teach young children to celebrate and respect the differences in all people. It also helps them realise that we’re all special, despite differences with how we look or dress, or what we eat or celebrate.

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