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Carnival Fever 2015

13th February 2015

As San Anton School opened its gates this morning, the Junior Sector was transformed into a kaleidoscope, as children trooped into School in their carnival costumes. The corridors were awash with colour as princesses, fairies, clowns, cowboys, robots, popular cartoon characters, and super heroes trooped around the school whilst swashbuckling pirates and Spanish senoritas cavorted around the classes. The temperatures in many classes plummeted to sub-zero temperatures as many little girls indulged in the fantasy of transforming themselves into Princess Elsa for the day, portraying the character from the popular movie Frozen.

Many teachers had to teach classes full of jungle animals, butterflies and bugs which was somewhat unorthodox but most amusing.

The proud children paraded in the recreational areas of the school and danced with their teachers (who were also in costume) to the tune of upbeat carnival songs.

San Anton School firmly believes that a child's imagination is something to be encouraged and treasured. Young children learn many skills through imagination, from independent play, interactive play, to language and cognitive skills, to name a few. Pretend play and dress up are wonderful ways that allow children to dream and act out all sorts of fun adventures.

The school`s Fund Raising Committee also organised a series of Carnival Parties which were very well attended and definitely each an occasion to really witness the children`s imagination in full flight and get them fired up for a long weekend of carnival revelry.

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