Celebrating Halloween is about celebrating global citizenship. It encourages students to appreciate differences in cultures and customs and also makes them aware of global festivals. Soaked in the spirit of Halloween, the students of the Primary Wing were their spooky best as they dressed in Halloween inspired costumes. They showcased their creativity and made Dracula fangs, skeleton costumes and feather wigs to bring in the Halloween feel. Although the most popular costumes were those of vampires and witches, kids also dressed up as scarecrows with black costumes and pointed hats with lots of shimmer. They researched on the origin and roots of Halloween and shared it with their peers and teachers.