Monday, 25 May 2015
Between them, the 29 children in the Year 6 class, taught by Nasreen Begum at Greet Primary School in Sparkhill, Birmingham, speak nine different languages and dialects, including Urdu, Pashto, Hindko and Arabic. But despite the challenge of 94.3 per cent of the school's 859 pupils speaking an additional tongue the primary is rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted and has a waiting list in every year group.
US Marine Corps Corporal Caleb Earwood and his new wife Maggie (top right), both from Asheville, North Carolina, kept their eyes closed and turned away from one another during the prayer so they didn't see each other before the ceremony (left).
Jong-chol, the middle son of former North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, attended Clapton’s concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday and Thursday according to reports.
Roger Federer is 'not happy' after a young fan ran on to the court at the French Open in a desperate bid to take a selfie with the great Swiss.
Maha Al Musa, 52, regularly breastfeeds her daughter Aminah and hasn't immunised her because she believes strongly in the power of her breastmilk.