An interfaith charity is helping primary school pupils in Peterborough learn the value of cultural diversity and respect for others.
Some 22 languages are represented at the growing Discovery Primary School and many of the 620 pupils are from a Muslim or Jewish background. The growing diversity at the school reflects an influx of new migrant communities drawn to the city in recent years. With that in mind, one of the school's key objectives is helping pupils to respect and value religious and cultural diversity.
"We are a changed school," says headteacher Anne Hampson. "While we've always had an international focus and felt that we wanted to teach our children about all different faiths, the new make-up of the school made that even more important."
Interfaith Explorers is a UNESCO-backed programme which has at its heart the belief that there is more to unite people than divide them.