German Traditions

September 11th, 2019 | Posted by Rebecca Walker in Gallery | News

In their first German lessons of the Autumn Term, Year 7 and 8 children enjoyed finding out about the German tradition of giving a “Schultüte” on a child’s first day at school. A Schultüte is a brightly coloured cardboard cone, filled with stationary for school and a few sweet treats, that children receive from their parents on their first day. Year 7 and 8 discussed the tradition and then had fun making their own Schultüte to give to each other. It was a lovely, lively and rather sticky way to start the term!

 

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