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This week Bubbles A, B and C learnt all about incredible India. We participated in different activities throughout the week to get the cultural experience of India. We created our own henna designs, tried our hands at Rangoli sand art and thoroughly enjoyed our Bollywood dance sessions with the adults. The highlight of the week was the food tasting where we learnt to make delicious, Indian style samosas. Truly a unique and enjoyable experience of the Indian art and culture!


This week, we learnt all about magnificent Mexico! We learnt about the Day of The Dead, designed our own Sombreros and made our own musical marracas. We danced to the Mexican beats and tried the Mexican hat dance. Food tasting and mocktail making was the most enjoyable as we got to name and make our own mocktails. We also got to be food critics this week and had to taste and rate different mexican dips with nachos! Sour cream and chive was everybody ‘s favourite. Yummm! What an exciting week!


This week we learnt all about Africa and did some fantastic activities relating to it. We explored its natural wonders and created some fascinating African arts and crafts. We made our own African neckpieces, learnt African line drawing, created African masks, and even danced to African music! The most exciting was our food lesson where we learnt all about Fairtrade and had to pretend to be farmers and had to sell our bananas to earn ourselves enough money to buy banana split ice cream! Some of us were more persuasive than others and earned extra money for an extra generous helping of sprinkles!


Bustling cities, delicious food, fascinating culture and a seriously explosive landscape! We had a  trip of a lifetime learning all about Japan in our Japanese week! We began the week with learning about the Cherry blossom festival and created our own blossom trees. Next, we learned basic greetings in Japanese and persevered with our chopsticks to learn how to use them. The adults struggled just as much as the children, but we got there at the end! We absolutely loved our Japanese fan dancing which was a graceful form of storytelling set to music. We ended our Japanese week with learning about Japanese cartoons as we used some origami to create some of the characters.


Australia is one of the largest countries on Earth, and the only country that covers an entire continent. Although it is rich in natural resources and has a lot of fertile land, more than one-third of Australia is desert. We started our Australian journey with some aboriginal art and learning all about Aboriginal Australians. We learnt all about the Great Barrier Reef and created an aboriginal artwork of a sea turtle. Australian line dancing was really fun, and we loved and thoroughly enjoyed the rhythm and coordination. We researched Australian cuisine and made our own delicious fairy bread and lamingtons. We ended the week by trying to understand the working of a boomerang and by designing our own boomerang!