by Anonymous Author
Darfield High School students show off the school’s diversity during its first-ever Cultural Diversity Day held recently. The day was previously known as International Day, but the students decided to change the name to reflect the growing variety of cultures represented at the school. As well as a number of ‘passport’ activities, in which students answered questions about a variety of cultures, the students also folded origami paper cranes, which will be taken to Japan later in the year by students and staff who are part of a cultural exchange to Japan. The Cultural Diversity Day ended with a performance by the school’s kapa haka group.