Celebrating Halloween in the IEP

The IEP students have been learning about festivals & celebrations from around the world. To help with this we decided to allow the students to dress up and play English language games and activities related to Halloween.

Activities took place over a double-period and involved maths; drama and ball games.

A. Sam as a zombie!

It was a positive, joy filled morning felt by all. The students enjoyed dressing up; learning about Halloween; and testing their language skills through educational games and activities. I’m sure many students (and teachers) will be eagerly looking forward to next year’s festivities!

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