Saturday, October 21, 2017


Siona explained to us about Diwali - the Indian Festival of Lights. 
As part of the celebrations, sweets are made. The type of sweet is different, depending on the part of India you are from. 
Siona is performing at the Horncastle Arena as part of the celebration.


  1. Kia Ora Rata @ Gilberthorpe School.
    My name's is Rikki-Lee from Totara 3.Diwali sounds amazing and dancing under the sky would be awesome Siona must be very excited.
    As part of the Totara Wearable arts we did festivals and a group did Diwali, there costume was whakamataku!(Awesome)
    Ko nga mea katoa mo tenei wa! (That's all for now.)

  2. Kia Ora Rata @ Gilberthrope school
    My name is Hadiya from Hay Park School in room 9. Do you know Diwali sounds amazing? Did you also know that there are some people in our school that do Diwali? In Diwali you get to have celebrations. I like to do celebrations like your celebration.

    From Hadiya


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