Ipswich children dress as heroes to celebrate All Saints

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Ipswich children dress as heroes to celebrate All Saints

St Pancras Catholic Primary School in Ipswich celebrated All Saints with a special dressing up day, inviting children to come in as Saints and as their personal heroes. 


The school asked them to think about people they look up to or who have inspired them. The children dressed in a huge array of costumes: saints, NHS workers, superheroes, astronauts, and climate activists. Many came as their grandparents or parents. 

Teachers also got involved. Mr Grimwood dressed as St George. It was a lovely day and a wonderful way to celebrate inspirational people in the children’s lives. 

Pictured above are Mr Grimwood as St George and Grace as St Teresa of Calcutta 

Below are George as his Great-Great-Grandad who fought in the First World War, Ella as Greta Thunberg, Roman as a police officer and Oliver as Sir David Attenborough 

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