Greek day at Cavalry School in March
- Credit: Archant
Wearing togas and sandals children took a step back in time for a Greek day at school.
The year three pupils and their teachers learnt about the traditions and customs of Ancient Greece in a day led by Mrs Berna and Miss Stewart,
“The children and adults took part in a variety of activities throughout the day,” a school spokesman said.
“Everyone looked wonderful in their chitons and dresses and a great time was had by all.”
In another dress up day the school also celebrated the Queen’s birthday by wearing red, white and blue clothes to school instead of uniforms.
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The whole school had a picnic lunch on the field, with cook Diane Atkinson, preparing take away fish and chips for those who preferred a hot lunch.
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