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Celebrate The Diversity Of Your School With Cultural Style Week 

During Cultural Style Week from 21-27 May, people from all over the world are encouraged to participate and take part wherever they are by proudly wearing their cultural styles for a day or across the week. 

 

This growing London birthed movement was created to encourage and empower people of all backgrounds to celebrate their unique cultural heritage through personal style, whilst encouraging harmonious dialogue around cultural celebration and acceptance. 

​We are calling on all schools, students, teachers, educational establishments and student unions to take part in Cultural Style Week 2024 and celebrate the diversity of their staff, students and local communities in a new way.

 

By celebrating diversity, schools can enrich the learning process by including different narratives and perspectives. Young people are particularly sensitive about expressing their identity and by creating an atmosphere of pride and positivity around traditional dress, schools can help foster a more tolerant and supportive learning environment. 

How Can Schools Take Part? 

You can create your own version of Cultural Style Week and bring cultural style into the classroom for one day or across the whole week. Some suggested ideas are below: 

  • A cultural non-uniform day where students and staff are encouraged to wear their traditional clothing with pride and donate £1 to your chosen charity

  • Special assemblies/presentations about cultural fashion

  • Student/staff fashion shows 

  • And so much more 

​Cultural Style Week is an opportunity to celebrate the richness of the cultural diversity of students and staff by allowing them to share and wear the beauty of their cultural heritage.

The practical nature of such participation is visually engaging, educational and inspirational.

It also provides opportunities for fresh dialogue about cultural acceptance and how many cultures across the world are connected through the origin of their cultural fashion.

Click here to pledge your participation today to let us know you will be participating.

Please get in touch if you would like to explore more ways to get involved. 

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