We saw Slovak Roma people in English schools, we spoke to their health visitors and political representatives. We saw how they speak perfect English, want to be policemen and doctors and are supported by all the people around them. What is it that the British do differently?

By Denisa Gdovinová

There is a brown brick block in the front, such a typical scenery for the whole of England. In the background there is a concrete chimney, a distinguishing mark of Tinsley, a district in the city of Sheffield. In one of these houses, an important day is just starting to take shape. It is the first day in a new kindergarten for 4-year-old Galina. Her parents dressed her in her most beautiful coat and the whole day is going to be filmed by Slovak documentarian Hannah Skrinar.