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Cultural Evening for Grades 1-3

We extend our heartfelt gratitude for the exceptional Cultural Evening, where Grades 1, 2, and 3 dazzled us with their captivating performances. The evening was filled with cultural exploration and artistic brilliance from all the hardworking pupils whose performances were based on the countries they studied in-depth during this academic year.

Grade 1 transported us to the magnificent country of Scotland, sharing a delightful play that showcased the nation’s picturesque wonders. They enlightened us about Scottish wildlife, historical figures like Mary Queen of Scots, and even introduced us to the legendary Loch Ness monster. The evening concluded with a lively Scottish country dance that had everyone on their feet.

 

Grade 2 took us on a thrilling journey through Spain with the beloved characters Asterix and Obelix. Their play was a captivating adventure, revealing the architectural marvels of Barcelona, the historical streets of Granada, and the vibrant energy of Madrid. They shared insights into the country’s rich culture, nature, football, and highlighted important Spanish personalities.

 

Grade 3 delved into the enchanting world of Norway, captivating us with tales of its steep fjords and rugged coastlines. They transported us to the era of Vikings through a gripping story of Thor in the Land of Giants. Their performance showcased the courage and wisdom of these ancient warriors.

 

We commend the hard work and dedication of the students, their teachers, and everyone involved in bringing this Cultural Evening to life. The event provided an invaluable opportunity for our students to celebrate diverse cultures, showcase their talents, and foster a deeper appreciation for the world around us.

Our gratitude extends to the parents and families who supported and encouraged our young performers. Your presence and enthusiasm made this evening truly memorable.

We look forward to more vibrant and enlightening cultural events in the future as we continue to celebrate the richness and diversity of our school community.

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