Charles Darwin University students from the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) visited Nakara Preschool recently to share their culture as part of Harmony Day celebrations.
Singing, hair-braiding, Chinese hat making and cooking were a few of the activities the students shared with the children.
The class also planted a mock orange tree with the students – orange being the symbolic colour of Harmony Day.
The students, who are currently studying the Certificate I in Spoken and Written English originate from many countries including Sudan, Taiwan, Vietnam and China.
Amanda Docksey, the class lecturer, organised the successful excursion.
‘It was a wonderful opportunity for the AMEP students to practise their English while demonstrating activities from their own culture to an enthusiastic and receptive audience,’ Ms Docksey said.