Halloween is a global festival celebrated each year on 31 October and in MIS the celebrations started on Thursday and Friday. With boarding students, KS1 and KS2 students all having Halloween parties it was a great way for students and teachers to dress up in various costumes to celebrate the spirit of Halloween.
Halloween Chalmers & Rogerson Discos
Students from Chalmers boarding house got into the spirit and enjoyed music and dancing. Pizza, games and lots of candy made a great evening.
Rogerson our older boarders prepared all the decorations and selected their music and our Year 10 Dee-Jay Mr Michael ensured the songs were on beat. With games, good fun and lots of treats – Halloween is always a great night to get together.
KS1 & KS2 Discos
Our youngest learners came to their parties in a variety of costumes, cute pumpkins, scary witches and check out the teachers...
Organised by our newly elected Juniors Student Council, school leadership has many skills and talents.
In our Watercolour CCA, students designed some spooky posters for the Halloween Disco Party. They applied the skills they had learned during class and put their ideas into practice.
These events were organised to help students pursue an education in a fun-filled manner and encourage them to appreciate differences in cultures and customs and also to make them aware of global festivals and values. A big “Thank you” must go to the Student Council and Outreach for supporting these events. The Juniors KS1 & KS2 bought tickets for their parties and the proceeds will go directly to Outreach (our school charity) who support worthy causes in Shenzhen.
Book & Movie -Inspired Halloween Costumes
Book characters and movies often inspire costume creations.
The Little Prince
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Halloween Book Lists
10 Spooky Books to Read This Halloween. They will get you in the Halloween mood.