Update from the creepy Primary corridors
As the clock struck 08:20 this morning, there were a few strange sights and sounds in the Primary corridors. Instead of our usual smartly dressed students; ghosts, vampires, pumpkins and skeletons were seen wandering around in the NACIS classrooms.
Celebrations flowed through to the classrooms, with Grade 1 using key vocabulary and scary language to create sentences and to enhance their communication skills. Grade 2 built on their knowledge of adjectives by describing their costumes and Grade 3 wrote their own Halloween inspired acrostic poems. In Grade 4, students read Halloween stories and together created a haunted storyboard whilst in Grade 5 students followed instructions to create spooky costumes and decorations by using their imagination.
Secondary’s Spook-tacular Halloween Celebrations
Our journey to becoming internationally-minded global citizens includes learning about different cultures and celebrations. Since today is October 31, we have taken this opportunity to learn more about frightening festival ‘Halloween’. During the afternoon, all Secondary students gathered in their homerooms to cultivate a spirit of cooperation and team consciousness. Together, they helped prepare their creepy costumes and decorate their classrooms where they held their Halloween themed activities. The intentions of the Halloween activities are to enhance students’ awareness and skills in design and creativity, communication and expression, and cultural respect.