A secondary school invited more than 160 primary school children to ‘travel’ across the world in a celebration of languages and cultures.

Didcot Girls’ School’s International Day had several stands the primary school children could visit to learn more about cultures from across the world.

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The event saw children travel from Japan to Denmark, and from China to Spain in just a few steps, collecting stamps in their passports for each of the country stand they visited.

Year 8 pupils from DGS guided the young guests to each activity stand.

Didcot Mayor councillor Mocky Khan and Mayoress Lisa Khan paid a visit and joined the young travellers on their trip to Japan, where they learned all about Japanese dress and the USA, where they created a flag-inspired game.

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