Lesson in harmony

YESTERDAY Mildura South Primary School students celebrated Harmony Day. 

Mildura South Primary School students dressed out of uniform for Harmony Day. Seema Abdalluah, 12, whose family is from Pakistan, Maryam Hashimi, 12, whose family is Pakistani and Afghani, Noah Venneri, 10, whose heritage is Italian, Nurin Onus, 12, whose family is from Malaysia, Farida Ibrahimi, 12, whose family from Afghanistan, and Ellis Williams, 10, whose parents are from Cook Islands and Samoa. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura South Primary School students dressed out of uniform for Harmony Day. Seema Abdalluah, 12, whose family is from Pakistan, Maryam Hashimi, 12, whose family is Pakistani and Afghani, Noah Venneri, 10, whose heritage is Italian, Nurin Onus, 12, whose family is from Malaysia, Farida Ibrahimi, 12, whose family from Afghanistan, and Ellis Williams, 10, whose parents are from Cook Islands and Samoa. Picture: Louise Donges

The students focused on cultural diversity in the school and the community. 

They wore clothes to represent their family origins or orange, the official colour of Harmony Day.

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