Last week our students had a great Halloween celebration. Halloween is a Western tradition and celebration that at its origins hundreds of years ago was similar to Pchum Benh.
Today, Halloween is mostly celebrated by young children who dress up in fun costumes, decorate pumpkins and play “trick or treat” where they walk around the houses in their community to receive sweet treats from the different families.
At ZISPP on October 31st we allowed our students to celebrate this fun-filled day by dressing up in their favorite costumes. Our Kindergarten students got to play “trick or treat” around the school, while our Primary students got to participate in fun class parties with a Halloween theme! This was one of the most fun and exciting days of the year for our students!