British school believed to be only one without native English speakers

Gladstone Primary School in Peterborough, England, is believed to be the first school in the country where every student is learning English as a second language. Most students speak Punjabi Urdu, while others speak Dari and Lithuanian. "More and more of the world is going bilingual," school leader Christine Parker said. "The culture at our school is not to see bilingualism as a difficulty."

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