Children from over 20 Wolverhampton schools have taken part in a special event to celebrate the city's rich diversity.
The celebration, labelled "One World, One People, One Voice", highlighted the range of cultures, languages, traditions and faiths found across the city.
The event took place in the Civic Hall, with hundreds of pupils from 22 Wolverhampton schools taking to the stage to perform dances, drama sketches and music in front of a specially invited audience.
Councillor Claire Darke, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education, said:
The Wolverhampton Music School String Orchestra also sang a rendition of One Love by Marley and Mayfield.
The show closed with every child from every school coming together to sing The World In Union by Gustav Holst.
The following schools took part:
- Wodensfield Primary School
- Perry Hall Primary
- Lanesfield Primary School
- St Michael’s CE Primary
- Christchurch CE Infants School
- Bantock Primary School
- Green Park School
- Goldthorn Primary
- St Andrew’s CE Primary
- Diversity Community Choir
- Northwood Park Primary and Villiers Primary
- Bilston CE Primary School
- Stow Heath Primary School
- Springvale Primary School
- St Luke’s CE Primary
- Elston Hall Primary MAT
- Loxdale Primary School
- Trinity CE Primary School
- Wolverhampton Music School String Orchestra
- The King’s C of E School