A primary school in Bradford welcomed a cultural showcase as part of a project aimed at raising awareness of racial equality.

Dancers at Punjabi Roots Academy paid a visit to Horton Grange Primary where they performed and led pupils in workshops.

It was all part of the school’s Interfaith Fortnight which runs until Friday.

Teacher Niela Ahmed said: “Throughout the two weeks we are focussing on a variety of workshops, performances and lessons that address the importance of us living in a multi-cultural society.

“The children will be participating in a range of activities which will help promote tolerance and understanding towards different cultures, skin colours and beliefs.

“We want this fortnight to have a positive impact on our children, staff and parents.”

Punjabi Roots, which performed live at Bollywood Carmen in Bradford in June, delighted pupils, parents and staff with a Bhangra, Bollywood and Dhol showcase.