Bolton School Nursery

Nursery’s Diwali Celebrations

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Children across Bolton School’s Nursery have been celebrating Diwali – the festival of light celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists. 

Boys and girls, aged 0-4 years, from the Butterflies, Tweenies, Caterpillar and First Steps classes had a party day full of colour, enjoying dressing up and Diwali activities including stories, painting, food and creating Bengali patterns. 

Nursery children at Bolton School celebrate a wide range of festivities, secular and non-secular, throughout the year.

You can watch two videos of children celebrating Diwali through song here and here.

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