Halloween took over the BSB last week! The whole school celebrated this occasion with a variety of activities based on the Halloween theme throughout the week.
On Friday 30th October, children in the Primary school came to school in a “Halloween Costume”. They held a “Monster Parade” which gave them the opportunity to see all the costumes and have a great time. In their classes, children wrote “scary” poems and stories, sang “spooky” songs and undertook some creative art work with a Halloween theme. A number of competitions were held throughout the day and the children received certificates. All in all, it was a fun packed day for children and teachers!
In the Secondary school, the students had also a very busy week. Halloween is not only a time to dress up and have fun, but also an opportunity to stir creativity and improve event planning skills. Students in Year 7-9 organised a Halloween disco party for Thursday which was a complete success. They did a great job in promoting the event with scary posters they had designed themselves and collected some money for the Year 11-13 Promotion Ceremony at the end of the year. On Friday, the whole Secondary school put on their annual Halloween parade with creative costumes and ran a performance contest in the Rafael Nadal Gym. The Secondary Fundraising Society also held a sale of Halloween sweets in the BSB Rambla to raise money for a local charitable organisation.
Monster costumes, ghostly décor, spooky stories… a fright-filled funny time for the whole school!