PUPILS learned songs and dance routines from around the world and performed them for their classmates and a school's International Day.
The event at Acton High School, in Gunnersbury Lane, was in celebration of the diverse range of cultures and backgrounds among staff and students.
Stalls were set up with food, information and costumes from different countries last Tuesday (June 25).
Children dressed in national costumes and younger pupils were given a passport to get stamped in each country's stall once they had answered questions.
Prizes were awarded to the pupils who had made the most effort dressing up and those with the best answers in their passports. Headteacher Andy Sievewright, said: “This is always a very important day in our calendar. We promote inclusion, diversity and tolerance every day at Acton High School and this is our showcase event to celebrate them.
“It helps our students to think about our global context.”