In a celebration marked by joy and cultural enrichment, the Sunshine School invited Year 1 and Year 2 students with a special invitation to partake in the Lunar New Year festivities at the Chinese Embassy.  -Chinese Embassy Visit-Nord Anglia Education
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Nord Anglia
January 31, 2024

Year 1 and Year 2 Embrace Lunar New Year at the Chinese Embassy with Sunshine School

In a celebration marked by joy and cultural enrichment, the Sunshine School invited Year 1 and Year 2 students with a special invitation to partake in the Lunar New Year festivities at the Chinese Embassy.  -Chinese Embassy Visit-Chinese_Embassy_2

In a celebration marked by joy and cultural enrichment, the Sunshine School invited Year 1 and Year 2 students with a special invitation to partake in the Lunar New Year festivities at the Chinese Embassy. 

This delightful excursion not only transported the young learners into the heart of Chinese traditions but also allowed them to express their creativity through New Year-themed crafts and savour the authentic flavours of traditional Chinese cuisine.

In a celebration marked by joy and cultural enrichment, the Sunshine School invited Year 1 and Year 2 students with a special invitation to partake in the Lunar New Year festivities at the Chinese Embassy.  -Chinese Embassy Visit

The day unfolded with excitement and curiosity as the students, accompanied by their dedicated teachers, stepped into the enchanting world of the Chinese Embassy. Just like eager travellers exploring a new destination, the children were welcomed into a realm of cultural discovery.

The experience began with a session where the students learned about the significance of the Lunar New Year in Chinese culture. From the customs associated with the festival to the symbolism behind traditional decorations, Year 1 and Year 2 were not merely observers but active participants in this cultural exchange.

Sunshine School's Lunar New Year celebration highlighted the importance of embracing different traditions and fostering understanding among Year 1 and Year 2 students. Their smiles and excitement weren't just for the day but left a lasting mark, enriching their learning journey.