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A British school where pupils speak 31 languages
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9 June 2012
On 9 June 2012 IANS reported:
A primary school in Britain has its own quality of ''unity in diversity''. Its pupils speak 31 different languages including Bangla and Sylheti forms of Bengali, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, and Punjabi besides English and several other European tongues. Despite the challenges facing teachers, the diversity appears to have improved results at the school. School head Evelyn Harper attributes high exam scores to the value many of the pupils' home cultures place on learning.
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