Play is an essential part of every child’s live. However, the impact of technology on today’s lives has contributed to the fact that children have often changed the way they play. Tablets and videogames have replaced toys and more traditional games.

In order to counteract this tendency, KS1 students, parents and teachers took part in the first edition of ‘Traditional Games Day’. The different cultures that coexist in our school community played an important role in this activity, which was highly entertaining and enriching for everybody.

Dodgeball, French Skipping, Hide-and-Seek, Steal de Flingsock and Declare War were among the traditional games that were played.

Thank you very much for participating. We look forward to seeing you next year!

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