Spooky Halloween celebrations at Brimrod Community Primary School
Date published: 13 November 2019
Pupils and staff alike came dressed up in spooky costumes
Children at Brimrod Community Primary School celebrated Halloween in a variety of spookily-themed ways.
Pupils and staff alike came dressed up in spooky costumes and a winner was chosen in each class.
The children also decorated their classroom doors as part of the theme, studying a spooky book and learning a spooky poem during their lessons that day.
There was even an appropriately themed lunch on offer, with the theme continuing into Friday 1 November, where the school’s Young Voices choir performed a 'spooky' medley in assembly
Staff member Joanne Morgan said: “All in all, it was a thoroughly enjoyable couple of days.
“Our chair of governors visited and said it was a day which made him wish he was back in school.”
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