On Friday 20th April, pupils were invited to wear red and white to celebrate St. Georges Day, the patron saint of England. Children and staff across the school dressed in their best red and white outfits in honor of brave St. George.
Children took part in a variety of activities throughout the day, including drama re-enacting the story of St. George slaying the dragon, to making shields and flags. The boys, in particular, enjoyed learning all about St. George. Imogen in Year 3/4 made an England flag from collage materials and told her class how St. George is believed to be of Roman descent.
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