BW EDUCATION MARCH 20233rd November 2023
NATIONAL UNITY DAY6th November 2023
“It’s as much fun to scare as to be scared.” Vincent Price.
Halloween is a festival observed in various parts of the world on 31st October every year. The Halloween day has its root in ancient European tradition where people light bonfires and dress up as ghosts to ward off evil spirits.
In NPS ITPL, we celebrated Halloween on 31st October. It gave students the glimpse of the festival around the world inspiring them to become a true global citizen. It encourages the students to appreciate different cultures, customs and foster the feeling of oneness. Such celebrations keep us connected with our old tradition.
The Pre primary students were geared up to celebrate this international festival. Halloween was integrated with the colour black that represents darkness; however it also wards off evil and negative energies.
To add zeal to this festival students were engaged in making a Halloween craft which they took home at the end of the day.