Staff and students at BCHS with Crosshill joined together and had an Eid lunch to recognise Eid-Ul-Fitr and celebrate the end of Ramadan.
On the menu were various dishes – chicken kebabs, chicken curry, vegetable korma, onion bhajis, naan bread and rice.
Deputy Headteacher, Shanaz Hussain said “Eating together and sharing food is a very important part of many cultures. It is so wonderful to see students and staff whose cultural heritage literally spans the globe, all sitting together eating and laughing and spending that social time together. It really does reinforce to us all the true meaning of Eid, and the sacred, spiritual relevance that it holds for Muslims.”