More than 500 students celebrated multiculturalism at an annual international fair.

Students, parents, teachers and staff organised the fair at ACS Cobham, which took place on January 23.

Stalls representing every corner of the globe spanned three floors, presenting individual cultural traditions of a nation.

Richard Harrold, lower school principal, said: "There is a surprise around every corner at the international fair. Each stall makes a huge effort, which you have to applaud, especially if there are only a few country representatives to help out.

"We're an international school and we love to celebrate that. It's more than just waving flags, we really believe in our international values and global ethos and I think the international fair illustrates that."

The starting point was India, where students were encouraged to play a traditional game, dress in a sari and sample traditional food.

A Scandinavian winter booth was decorated to showcase the spectacle of the Northern Lights and there was an interactive Brazilian rainforest and river.

The range of stalls and activities aims to emphasis a growing diverse cultural exchange at the school.