Celebrating Africa's Vibrant Culture!

Calling all students, teachers, and parents!
Get ready to immerse yourself in a colourful celebration of African culture. Our Dress Up Day is just around the corner, and it's going to be a blast!

What's it all about?

Dress Up Day is not just about fashion; it's about honouring and celebrating the rich tapestry of African traditions, styles, and identities. It's a day to showcase the beauty of African clothing, from stunning Ankara prints to elegant dashikis, and everything in between.

Why is it important?

Dress Up Day promotes understanding, respect, and unity. By participating, we're not just wearing clothes; we're stepping into the shoes of different African cultures, learning about their histories, and appreciating the diversity that makes our world so vibrant.

How can you get involved?

  1. Planning: Schools can participate by selecting a day for African-inspired Dress Up Day. A Friday in the week could be a great day for Students, Teachers, Parents to shine in their best African wear.
  2. Dress to Impress: Wear your favourite African-inspired outfit on Dress Up Day. Don't have one? No worries! You can create a unique look by mixing and matching colours and patterns.
  3. Want to really explore African Fabrics:- Yes, Visit our recommended shops to view a selection of African fabrics, T-shirts and collections for Kids and adults.
  4. Learn and Share: Take this opportunity to learn about the significance of different clothing styles and their cultural importance.
  5. Share Your Style: Share your Dress Up Day photos on social media using our official hashtag #DiscoverMe #DiscoverIdentity #AfricaAwarenessWeek.

Let's spread the love for African culture far and wide!
Remember, Dress Up Day is about embracing identity, promoting kindness, and celebrating diversity.
So, let your creativity shine, and let's make this a day to remember!

2023 Theme: Identity

October 9th - 15th