The origins of Halloween are not really in the United States, but in the United Kingdom. Its name comes from the English phrase “All Hallows’ Eve”, which translates as All Hallows’ Eve.
Today, the mix of parties, scares, pranks and candy is a far cry from the ancient origins of Halloween. Over the centuries, this mysterious night has undergone many changes due to the mixture of traditions and cultures of Western countries, making Halloween a very special celebration full of traditions that have been transformed by its history.
As every year, our students from Pre-Nursery to Year 6 have surprised us with their ingenuity in dressing up on this day that they love so much.
We hope they enjoy their costumes and have a very scary Halloween night….
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