Saturday, 1 November 2014

A SMALL CREEPY (NOT REALLY) NOTE FROM THE HEAD DESIGNERS: 

31st of October - the day where ghosts can interact with humans and exact revenge on theBut it's not all about the spooks and costumes, it's about the thrill. 

On this day, children (and even adults!) don costumes that seem fit to come out from your worst nightmares to frighten ghouls and the like from harming them. But of course, the real fun comes from Trick-or-Treating, where

Pumpkins have become the most iconic representation of Halloween - you'll see carvings done by practically every household. It has now developed from ever so recognisable grin to more modern art creations such as cat faces. Some people even take things to a whole new level by basing their creations on other notable figures such as witches and superheroes, or giving them different emotions. 

Submitted by Gillian Phua, Junior 1 Venter, Class of 2015
Happy Halloween!
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1 comment:

  1. Halloween as a holiday is celebrated in Ireland so differently in each school. For instance, St Tolas National School and C.B.S. Secondary School Ennistymon do have a costume party for students, some of the pics are shared on art papers students forum.

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