Colourful costumes and a spread of food from around the world celebrated the diversity of pupils at St Martha’s Roman Catholic Primary School on Thursday.
Children at the school, along with their families, came in traditional clothes to mark the event.
There was something tasty for everyone as pupils and parents brought an empty plate to taste the different dishes on offer. Pupils also entertained the crowds with cultural dances and games.
Curriculum leader Amy Aviss said: “We have such a great multi-cultural community at St Martha’s and food is a great way of celebrating that together.
“It was a real team effort and we raised a total of £610, which will go to the chosen school charity.”
The Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Hopes, had visited in the morning.