8:30 pm, Wed 09 Jul 2014
The World Cup is approaching its climax and one school in Carlisle is playing along with its own tournament.
Brook Street Primary has 13 different first languages and is holding its own World Cup to celebrate countries around the world. They invited Katie Hunter along.
2:30 pm, Wed 09 Jul 2014
The World Cup may be coming to a close but for one school in Carlisle it's just getting started.
Brook Street Primary has 13 different first languages and is holding its own tournament to celebrate countries around the world.
The competition kicked off this morning and, among the surprise results, was a 2-1 victory for England over Argentina.
8:30 am, Wed 09 Jul 2014
Brook Street School to host it's own World Cup competition
Credit: ITV News Border
As the world prepares for the World Cup final, a primary school in Cumbria is hosting a World Cup competition with a difference.
Thirteen different languages are spoken at Brook Street School - making it one of the most diverse populations in our region.
Teachers and pupils are taking part in a world cup themed celebration to encourage interest in other cultures.