A muticultural school on Tyneside where the children speak more than forty different languages has won a 'top teachers' award.
The leadership team at the Arthur's Hill Primary Schools Federation in Newcastle was selected from more than 24,000 nominations.
The award was presented at a special assembly which included a performance of Indonesian dancing by children at the school.
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