Halloween is a holiday celebrated annually on October 31st, and it is an exciting time for people of all ages. This holiday is known for its spooky decorations, costumes, and trick-or-treating. However, Halloween is not just about the fun of dressing up and eating candy.
It is also an excellent opportunity to bring students together and create a positive and memorable experience for them at school, providing an opportunity for students to learn about different cultures and traditions, as well as to explore their creativity and imagination.
In our Sensorial Room, several Halloween activities were created to promote the use of children’s senses. Another activity that was carried out on this day was a play on “Meg and Mog”. Various preschool teachers and staff performed an amazing skit from this famous series. In the classroom, each student worked on a craft project for this day and took it home to share with the family. Our Halloween parade was a fun way to promote school spirit and create a sense of community.
Our primary students took part in the traditional gymkhana. For the House competition we have prepared a lot of spooky and fun games. We enjoyed some themed activities and our teachers this year are The Men in Black in search of aliens. One student of the blue House, Nicolás T., has been able to discover the alien mole…IA school has been saved from the invasion.
Overall, we had a spooktacular time!