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By Victoria Stone-Meadows

On the last day of term one, Lynbrook Primary School celebrated their multi-cultural and diverse school community by hosting Harmony Day.
The school came alive with culture and colour on Friday 31 March to celebrate all the different families that make up the school community.
The Harmony Day organisers, Laura Hill, Beth Arnold and the Harmony Day Committee said the day was very important to the school.
“Our students are growing and learning together in peace and harmony by understanding and appreciating other people’s cultures and beliefs,” they said.
“Harmony Day is a chance for our school to come together and celebrate all of our traditions and cultures.”
“Lynbrook is a multicultural school and takes pride in fostering a generation of acceptance and peace among each other. Of course, such an amazing day of celebration couldn’t be possible without the help of our fantastic school community – teachers, parents and students.”
Students donned traditional cultural dress, participated in culturally diverse activities, and enjoyed performances during a special assembly.

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