Mon 7 March 2011, The Independent

The village school lauded for its lessons in tolerance

By Richard Garner
The poster in the school corridor of the small village primary serving a predominantly white area of Cornwall sums it up. "Little, gay, black, Islamic, old, Asian, Gypsy, Jewish, dyslexic, Polish, male, Cornish, lesbian – BRITISH," it says. In other words, you can be any one or a combination of these and still be British.
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