Helsinki is a city with a rich linguistic landscape, but it is not apparent everywhere. The Finnish capital is home to both schools with no foreign language-speaking children, as well as schools where the majority of children speak other than Finnish or Swedish as their mother tongue.
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Multiculturalism hasn't reached every school
For example, 63 per cent of pupils at Soininen School in Malmi are non-Finnish or Swedish speakers, whereas in Munkkiniemi, Pakila, Paloheinä and Suomenlinna, the corresponding share is no more than 2 per cent.