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African Caribbean Society (ACS) Fashion and Culture Show
African Caribbean Society (ACS) Fashion and Culture Show
The African Caribbean Society put on a fashion and culture show on Thursday 20th June, filling the Whitla Hall.
The society, which started in February 2018, is open to all pupils and provides an opportunity to learn about and celebrate other cultures represented within Methody.
Pupils from all year groups took part in modelling a colourful range of clothes from Africa, the Caribbean and Asia. They also provided entertainment with a quiz, ‘dance off’ competition, poetry readings and a tuck shop selling some African Caribbean delicacies.
Another popular feature war the henna stall, with many coming away with beautiful patterns and tattoos in their hands. It a resounding success, with the Whitla Hall almost filled to capacity, with the noise and cheering reflecting that!
There were also special guests from the Queen’s University African Caribbean Society. The event was compered expertly by U6 student Peace Kanengoni, and she was helped by the committee, ranging from F4 – U6. Geoff Clarke, who had provided the lights and sound for the Junior School Play kindly helped with the staging, giving it a really professional feel, complete with catwalk!


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