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The Northern school that’s blazing a trail for cultural harmony, with sixteen different first languages amongst college pupils

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Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski from St Patrick’s College Dungannon with teacher Maria Campbell who set up the cultural trail around the grounds of the school. Picture by Peter Morrison

Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski from St Patrick’s College Dungannon with teacher Maria Campbell who set up the cultural trail around the grounds of the school. Picture by Peter Morrison

Cultural trail around the grounds of St Patrick’s College Dungannon. Picture by Peter Morrison

Cultural trail around the grounds of St Patrick’s College Dungannon. Picture by Peter Morrison

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Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski from St Patrick’s College Dungannon with teacher Maria Campbell who set up the cultural trail around the grounds of the school. Picture by Peter Morrison

Reaching out to all sections of the community, encouraging children of all cultures, all nations to know they belong together - the words are impressive, but all too often they are said with little substance to back up the noble sentiments.

If we do truly strive for a world of perfect harmony, starting with the youngest members of society where preconceptions of the older generation are not yet fully established is the best way of paving the path to a future where all sit comfortably together hand in hand in mutual respect togetherness and inclusivity.

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Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski on the cultural trail

Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski on the cultural trail

Wiktoria Samon, Daniella Belo and Dominik Skowronski on the cultural trail

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