Just like every year, Halloween arrived at our school.
Halloween is one of the most important festivals in English-speaking countries that our children like most, that is why it is included in our school’s bilingual project.
Our young learners engaged this festival by scooping out and carving pumpkins, making some creative and handmade crafts and enjoying English games and activities. We sang and danced Halloween rhymes and also ate spooky sweets!
We were surrounded by scary ghosts, spooky skeletons, wicked witches and creepy mummies.
It was great fun!