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Yes, Happy New Year again! The Chinese celebrated their New Year last week. They followed the lunar calendar, so the dates vary a little.
Each year represents an animal. 2015 is the year of the sheep. If you want to discover more about it, click on the image below!


You can also visit our blog on HEALTHY SCHOOL PROJECT to find out what chinese people usually eat to celebrate their New Year!


Pancake Day in the UK is also known as Shrove Tuesday, and is celebrated as Carnival and Mardi Gras elsewhere in the world. Next enjoyed on 17th February 2015, it was traditionally a day of fun and feasting before the fasting required during 40 days of Lent.
Click on the image below to find lots and lots activities on this day.


Check out this video for the story of this special celebration. Millie (aged 4) tells us everything about it!





And now, it's your turn. Why don't you try making some delicious pancakes with this recipe? Click on the image to get it!
HAPPY PANCAKE DAY EVERYONE!




Let's celebrate Saint Valentine's Day with this beautiful song and some other activities you can do at home.



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