Schoolchildren celebrated a sharing of cultures when a Sri Lankan headteacher came to visit.
Triangle C of E Primary School in Sowerby Bridge welcomed Rukaiya Hamsy who was visiting from Badi-Ud-Din Mahmud Girls College in Sri Lanka.
The visit - funded by the British Council - marked the global partnership between both schools which began in 2006 and has since involved curriculum activities reflecting on the two cultures.
During the week-long visit activities included a cooking demonstration as well as a presentation assembly, while Mrs Hamsy and colleagues visited the Town Hall as well as meeting the Mayor.
Gavin Davies, headteacher at Triangle, said: “It gives us the opportunity to give our children an example of a completely different culture.
“There was a lot of question and answer sessions, she also watched children create work to send to Sri Lanka and observed lessons. I think she enjoyed watching what we teach.”