Norfolk youngsters sing and march in rainbow Pride parade
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An explosion of colour and song wound its way through a Norfolk village during a Pride parade.
Horning Primary School held the march at the end of a week focusing on diversity, tolerance and stereotypes.
It saw every class take part in creative writing sessions and a Sing with Pride choir performance, where they learnt Over the Rainbow.
And after the rainbow parade, youngsters had a picnic with families as the school term neared its end.
Deputy head Steph Harvey said: “We did lots of activities in the week to teach children about how they are unique, how they are special, how they’re different, to embrace everybody no matter what they’re like and to celebrate their individual qualities.”
The youngsters will be taking part in the 10th Norwich Pride celebration, which will be held on Saturday, July 28, bringing a banner and forming Sing with Pride Juniors to perform in the morning.
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