Students could collect data within their school to discover/ record the different cultural backgrounds or languages spoken at home.
By collecting the data a clear representation of the cultural diversity of the school will be displayed.
They could complete a similar exercise as seen in the module (house display), but using cultural background or language spoken at home instead.
After completing the activity, discussions could then be had linking to diversity.
Children could discover what backgrounds are most common within their school as well as how many students speak another language at home.
For another activity- I also thought that the Worldometer website: https://www.worldometers.info/ would be useful with older students. The website provides live world stats on various things. Discussions could be had surrounding the algorithms and exactly HOW the website knows how many people are doing what at the same time! – great for sparking interest