School Halloween party on 31st October 2012

The children and toddlers from Lismore enjoyed a day of fun and games at the school’s Halloween Day on Wednesday 31st October. Following a morning of pumpkin carving the children tucked into a spooky lunch of worms, witches’ fingers and vampire juice prepared by Hazel.

In the afternoon it was party time where everyone (children, parents and adults) dressed up in a range of weird and wonderful costumes – there were clowns, vampires, cow boys and girls, witches, pumpkins, skeletons, monsters and even Puss in Boots!

Many of the children had their faces painted by Christina Cass before the games began.

As well as traditional Apple Dooking and the Doughnut Game the children took part in other Halloween themed activities including Pin the cat on the witch’s broomstick, Making a spell and Ring the Spider.

There was then a huge tea provided by the parents with pumpkin shaped cakes and muffins, chocolate brownies and much more.

Whilst the parents enjoyed a soothing cup of tea, the children went outside to play before leaving school with a Halloween goody bag. Later in the evening, many islanders got a chance to see the wonderful costumes as the children went guising in Port Ramsay, Clachan, Baligarve and Achnacroish.

Many thanks to all the parents for their help and support and for really getting into the Halloween Spirit!

Text and photographs provided by Lismore Primary School on 1st November 2012


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