See if you can spot your child at Bernard Heath Infant School’s Global Families event in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 07:00 15 November 2017

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St Albans primary schoolchildren have been enjoying learning about different cultures at a Global Families event.

Saravana Krishnan and Aviroan, five with their Indian stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooSaravana Krishnan and Aviroan, five with their Indian stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Pupils at Bernards Heath Infant School bustled around stalls set up by parents on Thursday, November 9.

They were able to taste exotic food, try on traditional outfits, and look at photos and books from across the world.

Countries represented at the event included Bulgaria, Australia, France, Finland, Sweden, Argentina, and India.

Speaking after the event, some of the children explained their highlights.

Sebastian, four and Esther Hill with their Australian stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooSebastian, four and Esther Hill with their Australian stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Theo said: “At the Brazil table I loved eating the caramel chocolate cake.”

Noah said: “I loved it when Musical Theatre Club performed the Lion King dance, they had masks too!”

Evie-Rose said: “I loved the French quiz you won a sweetie if you did it all right!”

The Chinese stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooThe Chinese stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Loriann Paris with some dark chocolate on her Dominica stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooLoriann Paris with some dark chocolate on her Dominica stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Otis, five and Sarah Shepherd with their New Zealand books and All Blacks shirt at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooOtis, five and Sarah Shepherd with their New Zealand books and All Blacks shirt at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Brazilian Isabella, five and Ligia Curley and Argentinian Veronica Galdieri on their South American stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooBrazilian Isabella, five and Ligia Curley and Argentinian Veronica Galdieri on their South American stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Laurence Giusiano, Anne Kazimirski and Geraldine Zolynski on their French stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooLaurence Giusiano, Anne Kazimirski and Geraldine Zolynski on their French stall at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

Children perform a world dance at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny LooChildren perform a world dance at the Bernards Heath Infant and Nursery School Global Families' event. Picture: Danny Loo

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