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Celebrating Chinese New Year 2024

February 9, 2024

The Junior School were delighted to have a few of the pupils showcase their talent and traditions of how they and their families celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Maggie G (Year 5) opened the assembly with a beautiful flute performance.

Judy L (Year 5) presented Miss Pendleton with Jasmine tea and chopsticks while explaining that Jasmine tea is given to guests when welcoming them into your home and chopsticks are used when eating food.

Maggie came back on stage to dazzle us with a stunning traditional dance.

The assembly closed with a short anecdote from Ms Davies, Head, who shared her memories of celebrating Chinese New Year when she taught in Hong Kong and seeing the amazing dragon and lion dances.