A talk about Buddhism, a yoga session and much more was all part of the fun for Seaford Primary School pupils last week (April 29 - May 3).
The whole school had the chance to take part in activities as part of Cultural Week.
The children were shown meditation during a talk about Buddhism and were also visited by a former pupil of the school in Wilkinson Way who took them through some street dance moves.
Year groups were also kept busy throughout the week with workshops and sessions on music, photography and fashion and design. A talking point was the different fashions in different countries and one focus was how boys in some places wear skirts while in others this is not the case.
A children’s illustrator also came into the school to speak to the children about her role and during Cultural Week the pupils were asked to think about how rich the culture is within this country.
One of the projects the Seaford Primary School children took part in was a test of their artistic skills as they designed a pier for Seaford.