Pavna International School celebrated Halloween on the 31st of October by decking up in ghostly attires and posing as witches, vampires, and other evil characters from their fiction. The haunting music, the dim lights, pumpkin lamps, scary cut-outs, and hanging demons adorning the campus worked well to create an eerie atmosphere. The teachers presented the history and legacy of the Americans and Celtics, celebrating Halloween to make students aware of its significance worldwide.
A musical presentation, followed by short stories and fun-filled ghost-busting activities, added to the day’s flavor.
The Halloween tradition observed in European countries marks the victory of good over demonic spirits.
Here in PIS, the Halloween fashion parade provided a canvas for our students and staff to explore their creative acumen.
The Principal, Ms. Aarti Nigam, Director of Academics, Mr. Stephen Sibthorpe and Head of Primary, Mr. Michael Leahy, partook in the festivities wholeheartedly.